This picturesque 7.05 hectare (17.42 acre) acreage offers a gently undulating terrain that is suitable for a range of activities including grazing, permaculture, and especially viticulture. Dotted with mature Eucalypt gum trees and enjoying an eastern orientation, the property offers far-reaching district views.
History enthusiasts will appreciate that the paddock is home to the former ‘Mushroom Gold Mine’ which was abandoned in the 1890s after being flooded by a nearby spring. The area’s rich gold history dates back to 1852 when the first alluvial gold discoveries were made at Kangaroo Creek, west of Lauriston.
The land is just a quick drive to The Lauriston Reservoir, Kyneton’s schools, boutiques, and dining destinations. The express V-Line service is also just 6 minutes away by car, providing easy access to Bendigo, which is 40 minutes north, and Ballarat and Melbourne, which can be reached in about 1 hour. The attractions of Daylesford and Trentham are approximately 20 minutes away.
With its undulating pasture, mature gum trees, and rich gold history, this property presents an exciting opportunity for a buyer seeking a unique rural lifestyle.
** 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.