Media Release


One of Melbourne's Oldest Homes Goes Under the Hammer Tomorrow at Lalor


Love Real Estate

One of the oldest homes in Melbourne to have been built, owned and continually occupied by the same family for 150 years, the Wuchatschs farmhouse in Lalor on the banks of Edgars Creek, goes under the hammer at 1.30pm Saturday 31 May 2014.

74 Robert Street Lalor

The home is constructed of bluestone walls in the traditional German farmhouse style with five interconnecting rooms. There are three other bluestone buildings onsite including the stables, the milking shed and the dairy, with interconnecting cobblestone pathways and drystone walls. 

The home, with a rich history, is being presented as if it were straight out of the 1850s with furniture and fittings of the period.

The property provides a unique opportunity to purchase a historic rare property on a large land holding, with a creek on one side, providing privacy and the opportunity to develop gardens to picture frame the historic buildings.

Open for Inspection
1.00pm Saturday 31 May 2014
74 Robert Street, Lalor

Auction at 1.30pm Saturday 31 May 2014

Further information and interior images.

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Ron Smith, Corporate Media Communications, Love Real Estate - Mobile: 0417 329 201