Up in the hills a relatively short distance north of the Lancefield township with easy access from the main Lancefield to Tooborac Road is a western red cedar clad potential three bedroom residence on an eight hectare or twenty acre part forested, part cleared pasture allotment.


Located at 232 Feeney’s Road Benloch via Lancefield the little used two bedroom property on eight hectares of part forested, part cleared pasture land is an ideal choice for a recreational getaway, holiday or permanent living address. The home could be extended to three bedrooms with an extra mezzanine level bedroom to take in part of the high cathedral ceiling space. All services are in place included a large rainwater storage, mains power and both mobile reception and a landline telephone.

With its distinctive design of a high pitched roof allowing for cathedral ceilings and a potential extra mezzanine level bedroom could be created within the roof space.

There is a modern open plan kitchen with current style European appliances and an equally well finished bathroom that includes a large spa bath.

Polished timber floors and plenty of windows fill the home with natural light while there is scope for the purchaser to add personal touches and furnishings.

The vendor Tony is a busy chef who has enjoyed the property as a weekend getaway over many years but he says long working hours with his young family now grown up the property at 232 Feeney’s Lane Benloch via Lancefield has not been receiving the use it should.

“It has proven to be a very comfortable, cosy house with air-conditioning, a wood fire for the winter, with ready access to walking or trail bike paths both on the property and in the adjacent State forest.

“For many years this house has acted like a magnet for family and friends who often camped on the property over the Easter or Christmas breaks” Tony says.

Part of the property has distinctive granite boulders with reticulated power connected, good mobile reception and with a fixed landline in place.

There is also a four car garage with roller door access and there are distinctive wrought iron and brick entry gates.

Tony the vendor adds that access from the city is easy being within an hour of a large part of the metropolitan area.

Ruralco Kilmore selling agent Jeanette Laffan says that the property at 232 Feeney’s Lane Benloch via Lancefield provides the unique combination of being an ideal weekend or regular holiday property although it would be equally attractive as a permanent living destination.

“We have listed this property for sale at $525,000 and I consider this represents good value considering the scale of the land, its excellent home and its up to date finishes and fittings”.

Click here for more property particulars or contact Ruralco Property Kilmore on 03 5783 0400 or selling agent Jeanette Laffan on 0438 452 641.

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