Esperance WA's Stonehenge replica for sale

Esperance WA's Stonehenge replica for sale
Esperance WA's Stonehenge replica for sale

Lazy K, with its replica of the ancient landmark Stonehenge, has been listed with a $5 million asking price in Western Australia’s Esperance.

Kim and Jillian Beale added the landmark in 2010 to their 430 hectare property.

The stones were quarried just across the road from the property.

The part-time celebrant and semi-retired farmers are set to become grey nomads, so the tourist attraction which has been seen by more than 25,000 visitors, has been listed for sale.

There are reportedly 66 replicas across the world of the original Stonehenge located on Salisbury Plain, England which draws more than a million visitors annually in England.

The Esperance monument used 1,200 cubic metres of Desert Brown granite in the 137 granite standing stones. The largest stones are 7 metres high and weigh around 58 tons.

Rob Johnstone of Elders has the listing.

It comes with modern homestead is situated on the old coastal escarpment, with views to the ocean, Nature Park below, and the township of Esperance to the west.

Around 400 breeder cattle are carried on the property.

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of Australia's most respected property journalists, having been at the top of the game since the early 1980s. Jonathan co-founded the property industry website Property Observer and has written for national and international publications.

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