Designed by James Gall in 1879, the architect of the Werribee Mansion, for pastoralist William Winter-Irving. Noorilim Estate, represents a once in a lifetime opportunity to own and enjoy one of the finest homes in Victoria. This is a lifestyle property with a difference, including a vineyard, manicured botanical gardens, Goulburn River frontage, barns and an impeccably maintained Grand Italianate Mansion, that can only be appreciated with a private inspection.
The finest example of Italianate architecture in rural Victoria, an exquisite example of the turn of the century industrialist wealth creating a rural masterpiece. Comprising some 14 principal rooms, the finest Victorian and Italianate detail, feature staircases, terraces, loggias and dining rooms as well as ample accommodation and a live-in butler’s area.
With it’s prominent tower, Noorilim is one of only a few substantial nineteenth century residences in rural Victoria. The historic homestead, much loved and beautifully restored has matured gracefully, majestically hidden with a winding tree-lined approach, nestled amidst extensive botanical gardens. Located near Murchison in Central Victoria, in the heart of the Goulburn Valley, the region offers the natural beauty of the Goulburn River, inland lakes, expanses of scenic views and a profusion of wildlife, all steeped in a strong sense of Australian cultural history.
Nestled within the Goulburn/ Murray River system. The region is home to a number of great Victorian vineyards, historic buildings and restaurants. The 2.2 kilometre private entrance leads you to a blue chip landholding of 160 acres including 20 acres of open park-like manicured gardens encompassing a formal European garden, ornamental lake and 100 year old Moreton Bay fig trees. Several outbuildings including a Victorian style coach house scatter the grounds and enjoy an extensive 500 meter Goulburn River frontage. 80 acres of income producing vines including Shiraz, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Viognier are partly leased.
Price: Pricey Upon Request
Speciality Items: Designed by James Gall, Built in 1879, Built for William Winter-Irving, Imported Floor Tiles, Etched Windows, Extensive Cellars, Historically Significant Water Tower, 100 Year Old Moreton Bay Fig Trees, 20 Acres of Open Park Like Gardens, 160 Acres, Victorian Style Coach House.
Address: 205 Wahring Murchison East Road, Wahring, Vic, Australia, 3608