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A Luxury Family Farm Hits The Market

The 20-acre estate overlooks a landscape of Flinders’, in Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula,

By Terry Christodoulou
Fri, Feb 25, 2022 12:24pmGrey Clock 2 min

Few pastoral homes offer the same heightened levels of lush greenery and luxury presented in this private and privileged estate.

The 20-acre estate overlooks a landscape of Flinders’, in Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula, purest grazing land and water views towards The Nobbies and Phillip Island.

The farm gate entrance leads one through a rich working organic vineyard and established gardens to a stunning oasis.

The property boasts 7-bedrooms, 4-bathrooms and a 2-car garage spread among a multitude of structures around the expansive plot.

The main farmhouse offers a modern take on rural-chic through the heady combination of blackened timbers, lofty ceilings, exposed beams and rustic tiling, retaining plenty of character.

The heart of the home is the kitchen, complete with Liebherr refrigeration, Aga, V-Zug, Asko and Miele appliances throughout and a temperature-controlled cellar tucked away nearby

Within the main house are five of the seven bedrooms, including the stunning main with large walk-in-robes and an oversized ensuite that offers views of the landscape from the luxurious bathtub.

While the main house offers many luxuries — including hydronic heating, air conditioning, heated bench tops and floors, open fireplaces throughout and home automation systems — it is the property’s limbs that steal the show.

From the kitchen and attached open plan living comes an entertaining area complete with built in barbecue and pizza oven while further exploration will take one down to the mod grass tennis court and heated self-cleaning pool and spa complemented by the large fire pit area.

Built as the ultimate entertaining the property is the Mornington Peninsula’s ultimate private amusement centre with the ‘party barn’, separate to the main house, fitted with sunken leather lounges, a double-sided Philippe Cheminee open fire.

Also here is a top of the range golf simulator, a selection of traditional and electronic games, and fully automated bowling alley. Large barn doors and windows open to an outdoor entertaining area that’s complemented by a moonlight cinema that brings the grounds to life.

In addition to the long list of mod-cons comes a two-bedroom air-conditioned villa, located within the eucalypts that provides ideal year-round guest accommodation or executive home office.

Of course, the property is a working farm, with a vineyard and livestock, the latter of which are protected via a fox-proof enclosure for chickens and goats and an additional two paddocks for pigs, donkeys and alpacas.

The property is listed with Sotheby’s International Realty Mornington Peninsula’s Rob Curtain (+61 418 310 870). Price guide; $27.5 – $30 million. melbournesothebysrealty.com


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