A piece of the south-west's history is set to change hands.
Talindert Homestead near Camperdown, which was owned by the Manifold family, sold to a Melbourne family recently.
Elders Camperdown real estate manager Rob Rickard said the magestic property sold before it was put on the market.
He said the 15-bedroom home, built in about 1900, boasted spectacular gardens, beautiful formal living areas, a historic stable complex, magnificent gardens and views of Lake Purrumbete.
Mr Rickard would not be drawn on what price the property was sold for, but there had been speculation it might fetch up to $8 million.
"It's certainly one of the very special properties I've sold in the 30 years I've been in the job," he said.
It is expected to be used as a private residence.
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