Daylesford Real Estate Agent

Daylesford is a town in the foothills of the Great Dividing Range of Victoria, Australia. It’s known for its natural mineral springs. The leafy Wombat Hill Botanical Gardens sits atop an extinct volcano. On its grounds, a 19th-century mansion is home to the Convent Gallery. Daylesford Spa Country Railway winds through farmland and forest. Nearby, Wombat State Forest shelters rare wildlife like the spot-tailed quoll.

Situated on the high side of the street in the revered Wombat Hill precinct, this 1900s miners cottage abounds with character and personality. A disarmingly modest façade belies an interior that takes everyday materials and does something extraordinary with them. Contrasting dado walls cosily align with the original Baltic floors, the 3 light-filled bedrooms off the central…

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Positioned on a large allotment of nearly 1200sqm on the high side of the Wombat Botanic Gardens precinct, this 1950s rendered home has been crafted into a beautiful family residence and popular B&B. Set amongst lush foliage imbued with a kaleidoscope of colour, the home is an entertainers delight: front and back verandahs bring the outside world…

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Only a very short stroll to the main street and sitting on 961 m2 in a quiet and secluded cul de sac. Featuring a sunny aspect, this solid 3-bedroom brick home had a great beginning and has a bright future ahead. With a separate, fully self-contained 1-bedroom bungalow, the home provides an additional income stream on…

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961

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Conveniently located post-war period home ideal for the first home buyer or savvy investor. Located on Hospital Hill, within easy strolling distance to Howe and Vincent Streets, this character-filled residence comprises 3 large bedrooms, spacious living and light filled kitchen/meals. The bathroom has a separate shower, bath and toilet. The all weather covered patio overlooks…

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508

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Conveniently located near the epicentre of this popular regional destination, properties priced at this level rarely come on the market. The pitched ceiling highlights the generous open plan living area, and the adjacent kitchen has abundant cupboard storage for units of this era. The 2 bedrooms both feature robe storage and are separated by the living area…

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Historic home in the premier Wombat Hill precinct opposite the Convent Gallery. Constructed in 1861 by Henry Wheeler, the first Parliamentarian for the Daylesford area, this property comprises 2 dwellings: a substantial 4 bedroom family home with an expansive living area and separate kitchen, wrap around verandah overlooking a 150 year old garden with its kaleidoscope of…

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Robert Broadhurst
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