Italian Hill, Daylesford sold

Italian Hill, Daylesford sold
Italian Hill, Daylesford sold

Italian Hill at Daylesford, set in one of Victoria's finest private gardens, has sold to Dr Marcus Carey and artist wife Margo for a suburb record $2.05 million.

The property with a straw bale home and two further mud-brick guest cottages had been the work of a retired Melbourne businessman over the last 12 years.

The main residence has three bedrooms and two bathrooms and vast expanses of decking overlooking the garden.

Hand-hewn stone paths and local stone walk ways wind around the garden featuring rolling lawns, vegetable gardens, a rose garden and an idyllic waterfall.

Kim McQueen at Colliers International sold the home.

She also just sold one of Daylesfords grand mansions, Mount Stuart House, for $2 million.

Built in 1860, the home has had a varied history, used as a hospital for soliders, a maternity hospital and more recently a bed and breakfast and private home.

Mount Stuart House sold to A local buyer Louise Melotte when sold by Melbourne owner David Harris who paid $398,000 in 1999.

Kim McQueen said it cemented the boutique spa town as a hot spot for investors looking to take advantage of one of Victoria's most popular tourist destinations.

This article first appeared in The Weekend Australian Mansion Australia section. 

 

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