Ballarat, The Bishops Palace (CIRCA 1876) - For Sale By Tender
An important Heritage Listed landmark property of Australia's past.
Situated in a beautiful botanical like garden setting of 3.6 acres (14,500m approx), this historic palace is uniquely placed in the heart of Ballarat's prime residential area. This property has only had 2 owners since it was constructed in 1876.
Reception hall, grand formal dining room, formal sitting room, family living room,
6 bedrooms, parents retreat, 6 bathrooms, 2 studies, kitchen, breakfast room, wine cellar and spa pavilion.
Meticulously maintained with outstanding original decorative features.
This stately residence offers grandeur, comfort and an enviable living environment.
It was constructed in 1876 to designs by Melbourne architect Joseph Reed (1823 - 1890) of the firm, Reed and Barnes.
Joseph Reed's buildings represent an impressive body of work much of which still exists today.
They include the classical State Library of Victoria (1856), Collins Street Independent Church (1867), Frederick Sargood's Rippon Lea Estate (1868) and Melbourne Trades Hall (1873).