Own a piece of Bendigo history at Fortuna
The yellow and aqua machines have moved into Fortuna Villa Estate and the construction has started for one of the most sought after addresses in central Victoria.
Groundwork is now underway at Fortuna Villa Estate where 10 of the planned 79 architecturally designed townhouses, created by award winning architects Urban Design, is set to begin.
This is an opportunity to purchase your dream home overlooking the historic Fortuna Villa, set amongst a heritage garden landscape, amphitheatre views and an ornamental lake with the mansion in the foreground.
Kept secure for many years for defence purposes, the Fortuna Villa Mansion is one of Bendigo’s most significant heritage listed landmarks and a very popular destination for tourists and locals alike, with their famous traditional high tea’s a hit with everyone.
The mansion was built by one of Australia’s wealthiest mining magnates, George Lansell, who made his wealth from the New Chum reef below.
Fortuna Villa Estate has designed each residence to carefully consider contemporary design of distinctive architectural style.
Every aspect of the site has been considered to encompass spectacular views of gardens, lake, historic villa and uninterrupted views over Bendigo.
The street scape and remaining landscape have been captured and created by John Patrick whose vision and principles of practice have been formulated to complement the heritage surroundings.
Fortuna Villa Estate’s private garden precinct forms a unique, personal haven to relax and enjoy with family and friends.
Feel secure in a family-oriented community of like-minded people who appreciate the benefits of a unique new dwelling environment in an established residential area.
The construction will be undertaken by Franklin & Walsh builders.
Lee Franklin at Franklin & Walsh said that this is one of the most exciting projects that Franklin & Walsh have received, and they can’t wait to bring it to life.
The civil construction is well underway, and the first two stages are expected to be completed by early August.
Selling agent Tom Maher from Tom Maher Real Estate said that the recent earthworks activity has initiated a lot of interest and onsite viewings can now be booked.
To book a viewing or for further information contact Tom Maher on 0408 910 497 or visit fortunavillaestate.com.au.