28-32 Manor Street, Bacchus Marsh


"The Manor House" is an exceptional property with a rich history that seamlessly marries the classic symmetrical Georgian architecture with contemporary functionality, making a unique opportunity for luxurious family living. This historic residence, constructed in 1845-1846 by Bacchus Marsh's founder, Captain William Henry Bacchus, using locally quarried stone, stands as a testament to the enduring craftsmanship of a bygone era.

Situated at the heart of Bacchus Marsh, "The Manor House" holds a prestigious place in the town's heritage, being one of Victoria's oldest residences and the first to be listed on the National Trust of Australia for preservation. Its meticulous restoration in the 1960s has brought back its beautiful period profile, which has been thoughtfully modernized and maintained since.

- 52-meter street frontage
- Set on a private 2768m2 (approx.)
- Centrally located in the heart of Bacchus Marsh
- 5 generously proportioned bedrooms
- Master bedroom exuding the grandeur befitting a Lord & Lady of the Manor
- Deep stone walls ensure a refreshing coolness during the summer months
- Hydronic heating & multiple fireplaces in the main rooms create a cozy & intimate atmosphere during the winter
- The house also boasts two bathrooms, a private office, & a unique basement cellar with three separate rooms, offering versatile possibilities, including the creation of an extensive wine cellar.
- Modernized kitchen & dining area, surrounded by a formal dining room & a stately living room. Both feature ornate ceiling-height doors that open onto a spacious veranda, creating a perfect setting for entertaining.
- Potential use for BnB/short-term stay accommodation (STCA)

"The Manor House" caters to a wide range of discerning buyers. For those seeking a serene country lifestyle, it fulfills your dreams, while the excellent transport links provide the convenience of a city commute in under an hour. Investors will find a unique opportunity to own a piece of Bacchus Marsh's central history.