For Sale $2,950,000
Moora (circa 1867) – where old meets new on 57 peaceful acres
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Old world bluestone charm blended with rammed earth modern style, this stunning landmark property “Moora” is set on 57 acres of arguably the best grazing land in the area. Surrounded by historic drystone walls, the original bluestone residence has been maintained and updated to the highest of standards and exudes character and charm throughout, three bedrooms, formal living room, library, central sitting room and spacious study/home office with separate entry. The striking external bluestone walls, with brick trims around the windows, the wrap around verandah, which provides several entry points, and the exposed bluestone internal wall add to the old world elegance. The extension off the original residence features rammed earth sustainability with modern and thoughtful architectural design. The galley kitchen runs off the light-filled spacious central room which incorporates the large dining and family area, complete with elevated ceilings and stunning, peaceful views to the drystone walls and hills beyond. Off the breezeway entrance is the large master bedroom with WIR and ensuite (4 bedrooms inside in total). The western aspect of the house has a gorgeous terrace lined with ornamental grapevines that create shade in summer, light in winter, lush fresh growth in spring and stunning rich colour in autumn.
The house is serviced by 12kw of solar, double glazing throughout, hydronic heating in the extension and combustion wood heating and OFP in the original residence. Additional outside enhancements include a truffle orchard, fruit orchard, vegetable garden and rose garden. There are 11 separate paddocks, three dams, two water tanks, bore, various sheds, and garage with double car parking and additional bedroom and bathroom. This unique historical property showcases the best of new and the charm of old, fully maintained, and ready to make your own. Easy access to the Calder Freeway and only 40 minutes from Melbourne.