Gippsland: Mirabilia Castle owner Regis Fazzani sells medieval-style citadel to new family – realestate.com.au

Gippsland: Mirabilia Castle owner Regis Fazzani sells medieval-style citadel to new family - realestate.com.au

Gippsland artist Reg Fazzani, pictured in 2016, is promoting a bluestone fort he constructed at Willung South. Image: Tony Gough.


A brand new king is ready to take the throne at Gippsland’s majestic Mirabilia Fortress, which has offered after 238 days available on the market.

Proprietor Regis Fazzani, 87, is downsizing after constructing the castle himself out of 20,000 bluestone blocks in Willung South, halfway between Traralgon and Yarram, over three years.

The 465 sqm home has six bedrooms together with one in a turret, a mixed dungeon and wine cellar and a, grand corridor.

Exterior there are sprawling 2.39ha gardens, a separate tearoom and Mt Baw Baw views.

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The double-brick fort offered this month for an undisclosed value which the Herald Solar understands is between $1.3m-$1.5m.

Mr Fazzani beforehand listed the fort on the market in 2016 and 2018 for a mixed 579 days with completely different companies, CoreLogic data present. Ray White Rural director Peter Bellingham offered the house, after initially relisting it in January.

Ray White Rural director Peter Bellingham and Mirabilia Fortress proprietor Regis Fazzani chat atop the medieval-esque construction.


Good for a royal feast …


… And the kitchen to prepare dinner it in.


After receiving calls from throughout Australia about Mirabilia Fortress, Mr Bellingham offered it to a Melbourne-based household whose patriarch is ready to turn out to be the “new king of the fort”.

“It’s primarily going to be a retreat for his or her household and prolonged household,” Mr Bellingham.

A sweeping driveway results in the fort.


Sleep like a king, queen, prince or princess.


Gippsland artist is selling a castle

Reg Fazzani typically clothes up for the charity occasions held on the fort. Image: Tony Gough.


He stated the purchasers “fell in love” with the fort and needed to pay homage to Mr Fazzani.

“There’s a huge image of Reg as a younger man, they requested him if he would go away it there for them,” Mr Bellingham stated.

Mr Fazzani stated Mirabilia was a bit smaller than the opposite castles he had beforehand constructed, Cockatoo’s Avalon Fortress and Trafalgar’s Mirador Springs.

He crafted Mirabilia’s ironwork gates, fences and curtains himself.

Gates to the grand property.


Loads of room to observe fencing, ballroom dancing to different royal pastimes.


Mr Fazzani donated a portion of earnings from his earlier castles’ gross sales to charity and can give some cash from Mirabilia’s sale to most cancers analysis.

He has hosted a number of charity banquets within the fort’s nice corridor with company sporting medieval costume.

“I used to be introduced up in England and would play in Henry VIII’s looking lodge as a toddler and there was plenty of Roman historical past and ruins of outdated castles close to the place I grew up, it’s simply pure for me,” he stated.

Mr Fazzani laid the house’s 20,000 bluestone bricks himself.


All that’s lacking is a moat.


Describing himself as a “mad artist”, Mr Fazzani previously labored as a painter, sculptor, in theatres and as Bandstand singer Barry Greenwood’s supervisor.

A e book being written about Mr Fazzani’s life is titled The Fortress Man.

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