30 McElroy Lane, Mansfield, Goulburn Broken
Name: High Croft
Address: 30 McElroy Lane, Mansfield, 3722
Size: 17.6 ha
This property forms part of an extensive ‘island’ of about 1,000 hectares of remnant native vegetation in the Mansfield area. It is a known habitat of the critically endangered Regent Honeyeaters and vulnerable brush-tailed Phascogale and the Speckled Warbler. Grassy Dry Forest dominated by Yellow Box, Long Leaf Box, Broad-leafed Peppermint and Red Stringy Bark.
A small population of regionally significant Black Sheoak occurs within this property and has been increased by propagation and revegetation by the owner.
The home consists of three generous bedrooms, two bathrooms, and extensive, open planned lounge/dining/kitchen area. Constructed of brick, double glazing throughout with huge picture windows looking out to the amazing 180 degree views of the High Country mountains, including Mount Buller, Mount Stirling and Timbertop, snow-clad in Winter.
Directions: Eight kilometres South of Mansfield, off Rifle Butts Rd and up McElroy Lane, situated on the Eastern slopes of South Blue Range, this property is covenanted and involved in Land for Wildlife and Landcare.
Overlooking the Delatite River valley with the High Country mountains rising up behind.
VicRoads Map Reference: 63 C3