Our management team are all born and bred in Melbourne, and have spent the majority of their formative lives in the City, including their primary, secondary and university educations.
The management team have also spent the first 20 + years of their working lives in Melbourne, so are in a unique position to understand the requirements of City and Country buyers and sellers equally.
The oldest inland town in Victoria, Kilmore is a pleasant 55 minute drive to the C.B.D and has much to offer with bustling Main Street, historical buildings, wineries and an excellent infrastructure.
Featuring primary and secondary schools, including the Kilmore International School and Assumption College, Leisure Centre, excellent hospital and home for the aged and varied sporting clubs, Kilmore offers a true country lifestyle away from the hustle and bustle.
Seymour is a township in Mitchell Shire, and is located 98 kilometres north of Melbourne.
The township services the surrounding agricultural industries (primarily equine, cattle, sheep and wine) as well as the nearby military base of Puckapunyal, which is an important training centre for the Australian Army.
Other important sectors of employment in Seymour include retail, light engineering, agricultural services support, medical services, and education.
Seymour is located adjacent to the junction of the Hume and Goulburn Valley Highway. Seymour station is served by regular V/Line hourly services to and from Melbourne Southern Cross Station as well as services on the Albury-Wodonga and Shepparton lines.
Seymour has two schools. Seymour College is the government school, providing classes from Prep to Year 12. St Mary’s College is a Prep to Year 10 Catholic school located in High Street.
The township is well equipped with sporting facilities that include an indoor multi-purpose sports complex, an indoor heated pool, an Olympic outdoor pool, several cricket ovals, as well as all season basketball, netball and tennis facilities.
Seymour has a horse racing club, the Seymour Racing Club, which schedules around twenty race meetings a year including the Seymour Cup meeting in October.
Golfers play at the course of the Seymour Golf Club on Yea Road.