In 1985, owner and winemaker Lindsay McCall established Paringa Estate winery on 10 ‘home’ acres of derelict orchard in Paringa Road, Red Hill South, which he planted with Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Shiraz and Pinot Gris.
Back in the days before impersonal supermarkets and oversized shopping centres, the humble general store was a community hub, a place that served an important social, as well as supply, service.
Peaceful and private behind tall hedging and exquisite cottage gardens. Offering a selection of alfresco zones and a heated swim spa, this enchanting four-bedroom home celebrates coastal living in a sensational location just a short walk to the village and primary school.
Right in the heart of wine country and a stone’s throw to the beach, this enchanting limestone hideaway sits on an exceedingly private 1,828sqm allotment gazing out across rolling green pastures and tall gum trees.
Sundays at Cruden Farm offer a relaxed and friendly experience. Dame Elisabeth Murdoch left the property for people to enjoy and consists of wondrous manicured gardens and peaceful walking areas, set amongst interesting bushland and lakes. The sights and scents at Cruden Farm constantly alter throughout the seasons, and there are many plants and trees to be discovered.
Cassis Red Hill is named after the quaint fishing village in the South of France where owners, Gina & Simon, lived with their two young boys back in 2015. Their days were spent hiking along the Mediterranean and embracing the simplicity of French life.
Among heavenly gardens full of colour, with beds of roses backdropped by majestic gums, this immaculate home provides stunning serenity and a chance to secure your ideal life of leisure just a stone’s throw fro...
With a spellbinding vista laid out before you stretching from Bass Strait to the Heads, the Bellarine Peninsula and the You Yangs, this distinctive home on more than half an acre is the perfect peninsula retreat for weekends or permanent living.
Red Hill is the 'grand dame' of Victoria's craft markets. Located in one of the State's most picturesque settings, Red Hill Community Market started in 1975 as a community based event where 28 local producers and crafts people came to sell and barter their goods and excess produce.
Josie Achermann of Red Hill House has been working overtime these past few months intending to entice her loyal clientele back to her shop, to make them feel comfortable to shop again, 'in person rather than online. We know that the demand for 'real life' experiences are about to explode, and Josie is backing her instinct on that same ambition - the ability to walk into a store to feast on its wares visually.