Field House, Mt Macedon sold by horse trainer Lloyd Williams

Field House, Mt Macedon sold by horse trainer Lloyd Williams
Field House, Mt Macedon sold by horse trainer Lloyd Williams

Field House, the recently renovated and expanded Mt Macedon estate, has been sold by horse trainer Lloyd Williams.

It was sold for $4 million to Dean Koutsoumidis, the boss of mortgage fund Equity-One, and his wife Rebecca. It had previously traded at $2.6 million in 2009.

Originally designed by Rosenthal Munckton and Shields, the home sits on five hectares with extensive garaging and heli pad. It was built by Sir Robert Law-Smith and Joan Law-Smith, a gifted plantswomen. 

It had been listed by Jock Langley at Abercrombey's in conjunction with Lindsay Hill Real Estate.

Williams, who retains his nearby stables, Macedon Lodge, has won five Melbourne Cups, hoping for a sixth with Almandin again.

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

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