York Plains was named by Governor Lochlan Macquarie in 1811. By 1815, convict James Lord amassed an area of 10,000 acres within the region including More info
‘Prospect House’ is one of Tasmania’s significant early Colonial Georgian country houses. Positioned on the Northern side of Clyde Hill, it overlooks the historic township More info
BERRAMBOOL Homestead & Stables c. 1864/1868. + BERRAMBOOL Shearing Shed & Woolshed c. 1868.
For Sale by Expression of Interest closing Friday November 27, 2020 More info
This imposing historic and iconic property showcases all that the astute buyer aspires to – location, versatility and affordability. Built in c. 1876, the former More info
194 George Street started life in c.1900 as a charming local general store. Today the weatherboard home has been beautifully restored and is positioned close More info
16, Little Street, Daylesford is an exceptional opportunity to renovate a large family home, develop into multi holiday lets ( STCA ) or obtain income More info
Evan Manor c.1870 is situated in one of Tasmania’s most charming and historically important streetscapes in the Northern Tasmanian village of Evandale. Built in the More info
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Maggie’s Cottage is one of a pair of weatherboard timber workers cottages built c.1890 that have historic, aesthetic and social importance to More info
Ashwood is the quintessential country farmlet – the historic weatherboard cottage, 7.28ha of prime agricultural land, views toward the Tamar and nearby mountains – all More info
Wentworth House is a residence without peer and regarded as one of Australia’s architecturally, historically and socially important Old Colonial Georgian country houses.
In 1830, More info
A character home such as Thornbrook Cottage on 7 acres, minutes away from the historic township of Kyneton is indeed an exciting find. Beautifully nestled More info
Expression of Interest closing Thursday 5th December, at 2.00pm.
Truffle Lodge represents an exciting and unique tourism opportunity with an enormous upside. Regarded as one More info