Fans of the popular series Schitt’s Creek now have the opportunity to live out their own rural dreams, as the small Victorian town of Coopers Creek enters the property market.
Mason White McDougall has listed the beautiful country town up for sale, offering buyers the chance to be the largest of their own town and live just like the Rose family in Schitt’s Creek.
Coopers Creek is located about 130km from Melbourne in the Gippsland region. The sale comprises 21 lots, each raging in size from 660sq m to 12,000sq m.
Settled in the 1800s during the Victorian Gold rush, Coopers Creek was once home to 250 people.
The town, spanning 4½ hectares on the Thomson River, is said to sell for a reasonable $2.5-3m, a small price to pay to call the whole place your own.
Buyers can settle comfortably in the beautiful two-bedroom home and take in the views of their own town from the veranda.
The warm and historical Coopers Creek pub is equipped with a pool room, dining area, stage, cozy fireplaces and commercial kitchen to keep its new owners entertained.
Nature and adventure lovers will thrive in the wide open space, with plenty of opportunities for bushwalking, four-wheel driving, kayaking, fishing and much more.
“If you have ever wanted to own your own town or be the mayor of your own domain, this is the place for you,” Mason White director Ian Mason said.
“Coopers Creek offers endless opportunities including a break from city life and a change of scenery in one of Victoria’s most pristine natural environments.
“Like the Rose family, Coopers Creek could be a life-changing move for the right buyer,” Mr Mason said.
For more information, or express interest, visit www.cooperscreek.com.au.