Regional Victorian trophy home the Mill House on the market

Regional Victorian trophy home the Mill House on the market
Regional Victorian trophy home the Mill House on the market

the mill House, one of regional Victoria's finest country homes, has hit the market.

The four bedroom Newham home, which was built in the 1860s, has been restored, merging mid-Victorian architecture with modern living.

It sits in 9,600 square metre structured gardens from landscaper Paul Bangay that are divided into 'rooms'.

There are open grassed areas, manicured plantings, a walled herb garden and an orchard, creek and pond.

Adjacent to the main home are the originally three bay stables now with self-contained quarters, a two storey barn, pavilion and pond house.

Jellis Craig Mount Macedon agents Dominic Romeo and Tom May have a $3 million to $3.3 million guide for its December 8 auction.

This article was first published in the Weekend Australian. 

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