Step into Australia’s gold rush-era at Porcupine Village, a complex of 40 colonial-style buildings in Victoria on sale for 1.75m AUD.
The reconstructed rural village in Maldon brings to life the history of its surroundings, rooted in the 1850s gold rush-era. It comprises original 1850s buildings and replicas built using authentic materials such as wattle and daub and mud bricks.
The uninhabited Victoria property is laid out in a street pattern. It includes a hotel, a dance hall, a general store, a smithy’s workshop, a bowling alley and an undertaker’s office complete with coffins. Buyers can live on-site in its three-bedroom manager’s residence, a two-bedroom cottage and seven motel units.
On sale with Carthew Real Estate, 15-acre Porcupine Village offers space for an outdoor market and other events while the village itself can be run as a tourist attraction or as a private retreat.