400 Couangalt Highway, Gisborne South, is available on the market.


A historic Gisborne South residence that was as soon as the positioning of the Couangalt Publish Workplace is now being billed as the last word tree-change alternative.

The sprawling 6.07ha property has been listed with a $2.95-$3.25m worth information, providing a four-bedroom Mount Gambier limestone residence, a tennis court docket, a pool and an underground bluestone wine cellar.

It has a complete of seven bedrooms unfold throughout the first residence, a self-contained cottage, bungalow and a 100-year-old barn.

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The picturesque property.


The property contains a pool with house for lounging …


… and a tennis court docket for sports activities lovers.


Raine & Horne Gisborne director Ken Grech stated the house at 400 Couangalt Road was a component Australia’s gold rush historical past.

“The settlement is believed thus far again to round 1857. The native publish workplace was once on the positioning,” Mr Grech stated.

“It was additionally subsequent to a watering gap the place the gold miners would cease on method from Ballarat.”

Interval prospers meet trendy residing inside.


Giant home windows supply leafy views.



A fire completes the country really feel.


The primary residence — in-built 1970 — boasts loads of attraction with rustic timber finishes, a hearth and a just lately up to date ensuite.

“It has all the pieces a purchaser may need and extra,” Mr Grech stated.

“It’s the last word life-style simply 45 minutes from Melbourne.”

He stated the property supplied “a good looking atmosphere”, surrounded by mature English Oak and Pine timber with nice entry to the freeway.

“It’s additionally reverse the Gisborne South Pony Grownup Driving Membership,” Mr Grech added.

The enviable underground wine cellar.



The final word regional escape.


Mr Grech stated the distributors had used property as a non-public residence for about 30 years, whereas additionally renting out the bungalow and cottage as a mattress and breakfast.

“It’s a very versatile property,” he added.

The spacious century-old barn contains a absolutely lined loft, a wooden heater and a rest room.

An enclosed courtyard, creek frontage, three dams and in depth well-established gardens are different drawcards.

An aerial view of the decked-out block.



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