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The grand Mt Macedon hill station was built in 1875, and includes a maid’s quarters, a box room, an old scullery, a servant’s entrance vestibule, and the grand formal rooms expected of such a Victorian-era residence, as well as some unexpected touches, such as the 1959 Rover that that had somehow become built enclosed within the structure (these things can happen). Untouched for many years, we restored the house and its five acre garden with painstaking attention to detail, sourcing colours, wallpaper, fabric, carpet designs, furniture and fittings sympathetic to its late 19th Century architecture.

Mansion Restoration | Garden Restoration | Mount Macedon Hill Station | Country Homestead | Country Antiques Woodend

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