Sold 20/01/2020 Undisclosed
‘Badger’s Keep” Circa 1854 Historical property with luxurious modern living
Own a piece of history and live the country lifestyle at ‘Badger’s Keep’.
Built by Irish settler, Charles Maher in 1854, the assortment of heritage buildings retains its old world charm but has all the luxuries of modern day living. The stunning 43 acre (approx.) property includes a main residence, separate 2 bedroom cottage accommodation, carriage shed, extensive workshop, stables, stock barn, hay shed, carriage shed (that was an original Cobb & Co coach stop), and private tennis court. The main house has a functional, light filtered kitchen with an impressive stone floor and 1920s French chandelier. The sitting room boasts a fireplace with an inset old cast iron bread oven, and the main ensuite, a pedestal basin and claw foot bathtub. The hedge-lined manicured gardens and large veggie patch are maintained by an irrigation system and also reflect the period. ‘Badger’s Keep’ is a pocketful of historical paradise only a short drive from the local township. Experience the charm and serenity of a property that has stood the test of time across centuries. The 6 main paddocks have water troughs from established bores and dams, together with cattle yards and a truck entrance via Grahams Road.