Ravenswood Run Homestead, birthplace of Bendigo, up for sale

Ravenswood Run Homestead, birthplace of Bendigo, up for sale
Ravenswood Run Homestead, birthplace of Bendigo, up for sale

Historic Ravenswood Run Homestead – considered the birthplace of Bendigo – is for sale. The property offers 23 bedrooms and 18 bathrooms.

The 14-hectare estate, which once had its own train station, has $3.6 million plus hopes.

Ravenswood Homestead was built in the late 1850s on the former sheep station known as the Mount Alexander North Run, which covered about 47,753 hectares.

It was around Bendigo’s first gold find.

The property has been operating as guest accommodation since the 1980s. Photo: Supplied

The pre-Georgian property first began operating as guest accommodation in the 1980s.

The estate at 4912 Calder Highway includes eight servant’s quarters, a dining room capable of seating 48, a breakfast room, cellar and gym.

The dining room can sit up to 48. Photo: Supplied

It is being sold with a redevelopment permit through McKean McGregor Real Estate’s Nick Hall.

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