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The Exclusive Estate In The Heart

Of Provincial Ballarat

Brown Hill – Ballarat

Overview

Victoria’s largest inland city, Ballarat is a thriving hub of contemporary arts, events, food, brews and wine, with a fascinating heritage backdrop.

Culinary promises

With its renowned wineries and exciting restaurant scene, Ballarat is an established foodie destination. Recharge and refuel after a day’s walking at one of the town’s popular eateries, breweries or cafes. The Provincial Hotel’s beautiful dining room Lola is a standout for seasonal, locally sourced dishes and a great wine list . Sip local drops at Mitchell Harris Wine Bar, sample craft beer at Hop Temple or book a table at award winning Underbar.

Dreams of gold

Explore the legacy of the gold rush, still evident in the magnificent architecture and tree-lined streets of the town today. Admire the city’s Victorian and Edwardian buildings, parks, gardens and statues on a self-guided heritage walk.

Pan for gold and watch the hustle and bustle of an 1850s gold mining settlement at Sovereign Hill. Don’t miss the dramatic AURA sound and light show, which tells the story of the Eureka Rebellion and an Australia transformed by gold.

Out and about

Enjoy the fantastic collection of Australian art at the Art Gallery of Ballarat, Australia’s oldest regional gallery. Catch a show at Her Majesty’s Theatre, originally opened in 1875, and wander through specialty shops stocked with boutique clothing, books, homewares and crafts. Meet native wildlife on a leisurely stroll in a natural bush settling at Ballarat Wildlife Park.

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A Place To Call Home

Architects dream location

VISTA estate is located at Lot 2 / 76 Hillview road in  the undulating secluded suburb of Brown Hill.

This area is well know for it’s fantastic elevated views across the hills and valleys of the rural Ballarat countryside. 

Build with your choice of materials

Build the home of your dreams with the materials of your choice, on generous sized blocks ranging from 800m2 to 1476m2. 

Let your imagination go free and create the architectural home that utilizes the fantastic picturesque location to it’s full potential.

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Land suitable for

architectural homes

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Land suitable for architectural homes built with disparate materials.

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A New Connected Lifestyle

This new land estate offers generous sized blocks ranging from 800m2 to 1476m2, which gives any potential buyer a wide range of home designs to choose from.

VISTA is the gateway to the city, being only 8 minutes from Ballarat CBD, 30 minutes from Daylesford and on the Melbourne side of Ballarat. This new estate has superb rural views and is the perfect place to build your dream family home.

So Much To Discover

From natural wonders and flavour fusions, to retail heavens and cultural treasure troves, there’s no limit to the riches you’ll unearth in one of

So Much To Discover

Kirks Reservoir (2 mins)

Kirks Reservoir is one of the region’s most picturesque, beautiful and exotic parks and gardens.

Creswick (15 mins)

The township of Creswick features a range of trails suitable for both mountain biking and trail running.  Creswick’s Blue Waters lake is a drawcard for photography enthusiasts.  Other unique activities and attractions include the Community Market, Woollen Mills and Museum.

Daylesford (30 mins)

A distinguished and noted tourist destination town.  Daylesford is the spa capital of Australia. The township is also known for its numerous restaurants, cafes, hotels, galleries and markets alongside the many gardens and lakes

Melbourne (1 hr 20 mins)

Situated just off the Western Highway, Melbourne is easily accessible from Ballarat by car, bus or train, located just over an hour away.  Whether you are visiting Melbourne for business or work, major events or simply to relax and enjoy the city’s fabulous restaurants, cafes, museums and galleries.

Lake Wendouree (10 mins)

The Steve Moneghetti AM track around Lake Wendouree provides an interesting 6km challenge to walking, running and cycling enthusiasts who complete a ‘lap’ of the lake in their thousands each week.  The lake is also home to the annual ‘Head of the Lake’ school Rowing regatta.

Ballarat (6 mins)

Ballarat lies at the foothills of the Great Dividing Range in Central Western Victoria and is renowned for its Victorian architectural heritage.  As a growing regional city, Ballarat has a thriving service sector economy in key areas such as tourism, hospitality, retail, professional services, health and education.

A Place To Call Home

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The Exclusive Estate In The Heart Of Provincial Ballarat

Brown Hill – Ballarat

Overview

Victoria’s largest inland city, Ballarat is a thriving hub of contemporary arts, events, food, brews and wine, with a fascinating heritage backdrop.

Culinary promises

With its renowned wineries and exciting restaurant scene, Ballarat is an established foodie destination. Recharge and refuel after a day’s walking at one of the town’s popular eateries, breweries or cafes. The Provincial Hotel’s beautiful dining room Lola is a standout for seasonal, locally sourced dishes and a great wine list . Sip local drops at Mitchell Harris Wine Bar, sample craft beer at Hop Temple or book a table at award winning Underbar.

Dreams of gold

Explore the legacy of the gold rush, still evident in the magnificent architecture and tree-lined streets of the town today. Admire the city’s Victorian and Edwardian buildings, parks, gardens and statues on a self-guided heritage walk.

Pan for gold and watch the hustle and bustle of an 1850s gold mining settlement at Sovereign Hill. Don’t miss the dramatic AURA sound and light show, which tells the story of the Eureka Rebellion and an Australia transformed by gold.

Out and about

Enjoy the fantastic collection of Australian art at the Art Gallery of Ballarat, Australia’s oldest regional gallery. Catch a show at Her Majesty’s Theatre, originally opened in 1875, and wander through specialty shops stocked with boutique clothing, books, homewares and crafts. Meet native wildlife on a leisurely stroll in a natural bush settling at Ballarat Wildlife Park.

A Place To Call Home

Architects dream location

VISTA estate is located at Lot 2 / 76 Hillview road in  the undulating secluded suburb of Brown Hill.

This area is well know for it’s fantastic elevated views across the hills and valleys of the rural Ballarat countryside. 

Build with your choice of materials

Build the home of your dreams with the materials of your choice, on generous sized blocks ranging from 800m2 to 1476m2. 

Let your imagination go free and create the architectural home that utilizes the fantastic picturesque location to it’s full potential.

Land suitable for architectural homes built with disparate materials.

Surrounding-Estates

A New Connected Lifestyle

This new land estate offers generous sized blocks ranging from 800m2 to 1476m2, which gives any potential buyer a wide range of home designs to choose from.

VISTA is the gateway to the city, being only 8 minutes from Ballarat CBD, 30 minutes from Daylesford and on the Melbourne side of Ballarat. This new estate has superb rural views and is the perfect place to build your dream family home.

So Much To Discover

From natural wonders and flavour fusions, to retail heavens and cultural treasure troves, there’s no limit to the riches you’ll unearth in one of

So Much To Discover

Kirks Reservoir (2 mins)

Kirks Reservoir is one of the region’s most picturesque, beautiful and exotic parks and gardens.

Creswick (15 mins)

The township of Creswick features a range of trails suitable for both mountain biking and trail running.  Creswick’s Blue Waters lake is a drawcard for photography enthusiasts.  Other unique activities and attractions include the Community Market, Woollen Mills and Museum.

Daylesford (30 mins)

A distinguished and noted tourist destination town.  Daylesford is the spa capital of Australia. The township is also known for its numerous restaurants, cafes, hotels, galleries and markets alongside the many gardens and lakes

Melbourne (1 hr 20 mins)

Situated just off the Western Highway, Melbourne is easily accessible from Ballarat by car, bus or train, located just over an hour away.  Whether you are visiting Melbourne for business or work, major events or simply to relax and enjoy the city’s fabulous restaurants, cafes, museums and galleries.

Lake Wendouree (10 mins)

The Steve Moneghetti AM track around Lake Wendouree provides an interesting 6km challenge to walking, running and cycling enthusiasts who complete a ‘lap’ of the lake in their thousands each week.  The lake is also home to the annual ‘Head of the Lake’ school Rowing regatta.

Ballarat (6 mins)

Ballarat lies at the foothills of the Great Dividing Range in Central Western Victoria and is renowned for its Victorian architectural heritage.  As a growing regional city, Ballarat has a thriving service sector economy in key areas such as tourism, hospitality, retail, professional services, health and education.

A Place To Call Home

Contact Kurt

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