Esperance property with Stonehenge replica listed

Esperance property with Stonehenge replica listed
Esperance property with Stonehenge replica listed

An Esperance property in Western Australia complete with a full size replica of the Stonehenge, one of the wonders of the world in England, has been listed for sale.

The 87 hectares, which is utilised as a tourist destination that sees 16,000 visitors annually, also comes with a gift shop.

Paul Thomason of Landmark Harcourts WA is asking for offers over $2.1 million. 

It was finished in 2011 by semi-retired farmers Kim and Jillian Beale.

An award-winning residence is set on the farm that has carried around 400 breeder cattle, with large shed and cattle yards. 

The 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.

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.

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian.  

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