Original 1872 Shelford house, The Manse, listed for $2.85 million

Original 1872 Shelford house, The Manse, listed for $2.85 million
Original 1872 Shelford house, The Manse, listed for $2.85 million

An original 1872 bluestone house at Shelford has been listed for $2.85 million.

Located at 31 Mercer Street, The Manse sits on 26 acres of land. Geelong is 25 minutes away while Melbourne is one hour’s and Ballarat only 35 minutes.

It was designed by architects Davidson and Henderson in the early 1870s and has its original character restored.

Recent extensions has been made to the property and it has views of the valley and countryside.

Floor layout includes an office or meeting room, formal lounge, main bathroom, wine cellar and powder room.

Three bedrooms all have their own wardrobes while the master bedroom has a bay window, its own ensuite and large walk-in robe.

The kitchen features 900mm Falcon Classic oven plus 600 Bellinger Classic oven, Caesar Stone bench tops, in-built double fridge, island bench and dishwasher.

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A fully self-contained guest house is also available and features its own bedroom, bathroom, lounge, gym, kitchen and study room.

Other features includes triple garage, landscaped gardens and paddocks.

It has been marketed as suitable for farming uses.

The property is offered through Jodie Bliss Real Estate agent Jodie Biss.

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