Hedderwick, a Mount Macedon equestrian estate listed

Hedderwick, a Mount Macedon equestrian estate listed
Hedderwick, a Mount Macedon equestrian estate listed

Hedderwick, the Mount Macedon equestrian estate that was a designer collaboration between Stuart Rattle and Paul Bangay, has been listed for sale.

The 3.3 hectare estate on the edge of the Bolobek Lakes has been listed by Transfield Services CEO Graeme Hunt and wife Karen.

They purchased the property in 2008, extensively developing the infrastructure with Karen co-ordinating the landscaping designed by Bangay.

The late interior designer Stuart Rattle even installed the designer chook shed, dubbed Cluckingham Palace, complete with its traditional four-sided cuploa and cock-a-doodle-doo weathervane on the roof.

The grand country home has four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a home office.

In the grounds are a heated swimming pool, floodlit mod-grass championship tennis court, bespoke designer loose boxes and stables, tack rooms, riding arenas and 10 paddocks.

Originally the Hunt's owned one pony, but given their stables size they increased the horses they owned.

Abercromby’s Emma Pierson and Jock Langley have a guide of $5 million to $5.5 million.

Any decent Australian version of course must have a Leslie Wilkinson/Hardy Wilson style cupola atop any coop.

This article first appeared in The Weekend Australian.

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