The house owners of a belongings that includes a wild west saloon and bar are hoping to spherical up a purchaser for his or her house, The Rusty Gate, situated in Nuggetty close to Maldon.
Say ‘yee-haw’ to the Nuggetty Saloon in Victoria’s wild west as a golden alternative for homebuyers taking a look to saddle up for a novel tree exchange.
Narelle Leivers and Brett Pressley are promoting their 32.69ha belongings at 300 Maldon-Shelbourne Rd in Nuggetty, a five-minute pressure from Maldon within the Central Goldfields, together with its very personal outdated American-style bar, with $1.395m value hopes.
Named The Rusty Gate, the web site has 3 separate constructions: the primary place of dwelling, guesthouse and rustic saloon all constructed by way of Mr Pressley.
Pressley, a movie and tv set builder who labored on Crocodile Dundee, determined to lasso his carpentry abilities to build the saloon simply earlier than turning 50.
Ms Leivers mentioned her spouse spent 3 weeks running at the mission after seeing a TV program that includes a equivalent construction.
“He worked on it day and night for three weeks, he was a man on a mission,” she mentioned.
“We had his 50th birthday in there, we called it a wild west party, there were hay bales, a bonfire and a five-piece band on the veranda.”
Many guests have advised renting out the saloon for weddings and purposes as it may are compatible as much as 50 visitors and includes a pool desk and piano.
The saloon has perspectives of the Nuggetty Ranges, Mount Tarrengower and The Rusty Gate’s vineyards.
Ms Leivers and Mr Pressley make wine, which they provide to pals and promote at native shops beneath a wholesale licence.
“The saloon could also be turned into a cellar door, if that is something a buyer is interested in,” Ms Leivers mentioned.
The couple purchased the valuables in 2012 and reside with their horse Toby, donkey Katie and two hand-reared sheep.
Fitting with the rustic theme, the primary area and visitor homestead had been designed to resemble sheds from the out of doors.
“We also have approved planning permits for two B&B cottages to be built behind the vineyard and a Harkaway home,” Ms Leivers mentioned.
The Harkaway Homes corporate construct properties in keeping with Federation and Victorian kinds.
Jellis Craig Castlemaine spouse Leah Panos described The Rusty Gateas “unique and a one-off”.
“Every single potential buyer has looked at the saloon and thought it was fantastic,” Ms Panos mentioned.
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Originally revealed as Wild west saloon at Central Goldfields house at the vary seeks new wrangler