Several West Wimmera residents are disappointed the Mortat Homestead was demolished earlier this month.
The historic building, located west of Goroke, is believed to be built before 1864, according to Heritage Council Victoria.
The two-storey homestead, and accompanying meathouse and stables, was built for David Affleck.
The National Trust-listed building is believed to have been demolished within the last fortnight.
The owner of the property has been contacted for comment.
An anonymous resident told the Mail-Times they was disappointed to hear about the historic building's demolition.
The resident said the building was "falling down to a certain degree" before its demolition.
"I was speechless when I was told," they said.
"It was a pretty spectacular building - you see pictures from inside the homestead of great big doors, the magnificent staircase, all that sort of stuff.
"It was just a significant, wonderful, historic homestead.
"It is a shame."
Heritage Council Victoria, the National Trust of Australia, and the West Wimmera Shire have also been contacted for comment.
More to come.
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