Expressions of interest are being sought from prospective home owners and investors under a limited release of the historic Fortuna Villa Estate in Bendigo's Golden Square.
Stage one of the new development, due for completion in mid-2018, features architect designed three and four-bedroom residences and landscape by renowned designer John Patrick.
The development is the first opportunity to reserve a place of Bendigo's history as the property, formerly part of the Lansell Estate "Fortuna Villa," has been inaccessible to the public for residential living since its purchase in 1871.
This first stage of the development forms part of the overall estate which will include a total of 79 residences expected to be developed over the next four years.
"This release, of only twelve stunning properties, only happens once in a lifetime," Tom Maher of Maher Real Estate said.
"Each property has been meticulously designed by award-winning Melbourne architects Urban Design Architects and features open plan living and private decks with sweeping views of Greater Bendigo, the historic buildings, remnant gardens and an ornamental lake.
"A mix of townhouses and stand alone dwellings, each property has designed interiors, high ceilings, state of the art appliances, premium external and internal finishes and generous living spaces."
Properties range from 165m2 (17.7sq) townhouses to 250m2 (26.9sq) stand alone, double-storey, dwellings plus garage and private decks.
Expressions of interest open to prospective home owners and investors on Saturday, April 8, 2017.
"I urge people to view these amazing properties to see for yourself what an unparalleled proposition this development really is," Mr Maher said.
To register your interest visit www.fortunavillaestate.com.au or contact Tom Maher on 0408 910 497.