95 Halls Rd, Whittlesea, a 14.16ha property owned by a botanist for more than 30 years, is on the market for $700,000-$770,000.
Owned by a botanist for more than 30 years, a Whittlesea landholding with rare plants and gated access to Mt Disappointment has hit the market.
The 14.16 ha residential block at 95 Halls Rd priced at $700,000-$770,000 is a stunning property with cleared pasture and natural bushland.
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The 14.6ha property has direct gated access to Mt Disappointment state park.
The charming chalet-style cabin.
Seasonal Bruce Creek meanders through the block that also has a charming self-contained Norwegian-style chalet and botanical-style gardens with specimen plants established by its owner.
Buckingham and Company’s Lee Murray said the property had been used as a weekender by the same family for more than three decades.
A wide range of buyers from families wanting to build dream homes to buyers with agricultural, equine and conservation interests were attracted to the block.
“They are interested in the land size and love the privacy and spectacular setting,” Mr Murray said.
There was strong interest in larger lifestyle properties in the area.
“Demand for properties more than 4000sqm in size continues to soar,” he said.
The property comes with two dams and a seasonal creek.
The serene setting.
The property has private gated access to Mt Disappointment state park and includes two dams, sheds and water tanks.
“This is a place of peace and beauty that takes you away from life’s daily hustle,” Mr Murray said.
“And there is an abundance of native wildlife and flora to observe.”
About 40km north of Melbourne, the property is near the township’s schools, shops and public transport.
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