Six bedrooms, three bathrooms and sprawling grounds - historic Longford House at 120 Catherine Street is a picturesque potential family home.
The home also hosts an office, morning and dining room - with a lift between floors, with more than 4 hectares of land including paddocks, an orchard and chicken run.
It could be yours - for a price tag of offers over $1.995 million.
Listing agent Jo Oliver said the property would make a beautiful lifestyle property.
"It would be a beautiful home for someone wanting that lifestyle with the beautiful gardens, but could also appeal to someone as a wedding venue or for accommodation," Ms Oliver said.
Built in 1834 and recently renovated by the current owners, Longford House is an example of one of the early Georgian homes built in the state.
The property rich in history, Ms Oliver said the house was first offered for sale in 1991.
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"It was owned by the Pitt family for more than 130 years ahead of that," she said.
An article in The Examiner in 2007 detailed an auction of the property - with an initial call for $1 million falling flat.
Descendant Len Pitt, who said that it was purchased by his great-grandfather in the 1860s, with town water connected to the house in the 1940s and power added in the 1960s.
The property last sold in 2015 for $1.4 million.
"The current owners came from interstate and are looking at relocating back there," Ms Oliver said.
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Enquiries about the property can be made to Ms Oliver at Harrison Agents.