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Architect Cameron Greiner, an associate at Melbourne firm Jost Architects, says he was thrilled to be engaged to work on this property. His enthusiasm was threefold: the owners, Andrew Young and his wife Jordan, were longstanding friends; the project was one of his first as a registered architect; and the property held extraordinary historical significance.

Located in Kyneton, in Victoria’s Macedon Ranges, the land was purchased in 1881 by Andrew’s great-great-grandfather and, at the time, spanned 170 hectares and included two gold mines. Royalties from the mines

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