This amazing property, at Whitehorse Gully Road, Chewton, is set on approximately two acres of land which backs onto the National Heritage Park. This National Heritage Park is the most intact remnant of the 1850’s diggings and the land is an archaeologists delight. Wherever you dig you dig up pieces of mining history. Little bricks, remains of stone paths, pottery, bottles, remnants of tools and even bits of railway track can be found littering the area.
Aside from the comfortable timber home one of the real features of this property is the stone cottage, built during the gold rush era, when miners lived here and worked mines like the nearby White Gully Mine.