Overlooking the Back Creek valley, Springbank Farm is your opportunity to make that connection with rural Victoria, either as a permanent move or the quintessential weekender.
Set on a fertile and elevated 5.6 hectares (13 acres) there are 2 dwellings spanning more than a century: the 1850s farmhouse is still in touch with its humble origins, with hand sawn weatherboards and shingles under the iron, a nod to the original structure. The original cottage offers a flexible floorplan encompassing 3 living areas, country kitchen/ meals and 4 bedrooms plus a home office.
The 1960s brick veneer home has been recently renovated and provides 3 light-filled bedrooms, east facing living and a spacious kitchen/ meals bathed in morning sun. A central bathroom and separate laundry complete the picture.
Ancillary extras are numerous:
NBN, power, open fire places,
Stunning oak tree with huge shade canopy for family gatherings
1850s granary with hand sawn weatherboards and adjacent car port
1950s 2-stand shearing shed which could be converted into a number of uses.
Tandem bay garage
Potting shed/ chook shed
Enclosed vegetable garden with feature drystone wall
Potable 65m bore
Abundant rainwater tank storage
Numerous holding yards and livestock paddocks
Sealed road frontage
The Drummond district is renowned for its arable soil, reliable rainfall and easy connectivity by road or rail from Kyneton, Malmsbury to Melbourne and Bendigo. Daylesford and Castlemaine are an easy 20 minute drive in either direction are there are a myriad of events in the region every weekend, whether its, music, art or a culinary delight, there is something for everyone.
** We have obtained all information in this document from sources we believe to be reliable, however, we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations.