Boscobel Homestead c1860
The imposing Boscobel Homestead built about c1860 sits in a private parklike setting.
The 120 acres consists of gently undulating, well improved country with good shade and shelter and introduced wind breaks. The property is subdivided to 17 main paddocks with water to all paddocks.
The grand homestead offers formal and informal living rooms of great charm. In additional to these living rooms are two “snugs” and housekeepers accommodation. To the first floor are the bedrooms and bathrooms that lead to wrought iron laced verandahs.
Additional improvements include three stable buildings, farm shedding and numerous shelter sheds throughout the paddocks.
A charming old world garden of sweeping lawns and mature trees surround the homestead.