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The front verandah in spring, covered with Wisteria Alba. The house features wall of local bluestone.
The front verandah in spring, covered with Wisteria Alba. The house features wall of local bluestone.
  • The front verandah in spring, covered with Wisteria Alba. The house features wall of local bluestone.
  • The east front of the house in winter.
  • The front entrance.
  • The sunken garden Looking south towards the secret garden.
  • The entrance hall.
  • The entrance hall 2.
  • Inner hall.
  • The library has a flat screen television, FOXTEL, DVD player and Bose sound system.
  • The library 2.
  • The Caroline Chisholm bedroom.
  • The Caroline Chisholm bedroom.2
  • The Caroline Chisholm bedroom 3.
  • The Caroline Chisholm ensuite bathroom with twin showers and twin vanities.
  • The Caroline Chisholm ensuite 2.
  • The Thomas Walker bedroom.
  • The Thomas Walker bedroom 2.
  • The Thomas Walker ensuite bathroom. All our bathrooms have natural light and ventilation.
  • The David Unaipon bedroom is flooded with afternoon sun. The windows provide a view over the newly installed fernery garden.
  • The David Unaipon ensuite bathroom. All bathrooms have heated towel rails, English tapware and night lighting.
  • The living room.
  • The living room 2.
  • The Kitchen is equipped with a Miele oven and induction cooktop, a dishwasher, beautiful Spode Italian Blue China and quality French made Mauviel cookware sourced from Trentham’s Philip & Lea (now also in Gertrude Street, Fitzroy).
  • The Kitchen 2.
  • The front verandah. French doors lead to the Caroline Chisholm bedroom and, on the far side of the verandah, the library. Where better to spend a summer afternoon, looking out over the parterre garden, with a Pimms in hand?
  • The parterre garden and south east corner of the house.
  • Dining in the parterre garden: a chef is available to prepare meals.
  • The Walnut tree lawn.
  • The Bluestone section of the Old Rectory was commissioned in 1850, the red brick extension in 1865. The magnificent Black Walnut tree was planted in 1852 to celebrate the completion of the original house.
  • The parterre garden in spring.
  • At dusk the house front is lit along the length of the verandah, providing the perfect spot to soak up the unique ambience of both the heritage architecture and magnificent garden.
  • Spring.
  • The sunken garden in early spring, looking west towards the Walnut tree lawn. The sunken garden has fruit trees providing plums and pears, whilst there are apple, medlar and nectarines elsewhere in the garden.
  • The sunken garden in summer.
  • The sunken garden in summer 2.
  • The front of the house in autumn.
  • Autumn. St Paul’s Anglican Church, originally the mother church of the Old Rectory, can be seen in the distance.
  • The lych gate entrance to the garden from the car park.
  • The lych gate garden.
  • The secret garden.
  • Located right on Piper Street the Old Rectory is just a stroll away from excellent restaurants, art galleries, wine and gin bars and unique shops.
  • Kyneton Old Rectory is located on the corner of Piper & Ebden Streets, in the centre of Kyneton and close to all the town’s many attractions. Set in almost half and acre of magnificent gardens, the Old Rectory is the perfect place to celebrate a special birthday or anniversary with family and friends.
  • The Old Rectory is located at the heart of the heritage highway town of Kyneton. Kyneton was founded in 1850, with the Rectory commissioned by the Church of England in the same year. The town has many heritage buildings, with many, like the Old Rectory, listed by the National Trust of Victoria.
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The front verandah in spring, covered with Wisteria Alba. The house features wall of local bluestone.