Flinders has a “broad view” and more than 5 hectares of land, which is expected to attract Melbourne buyers after the blockade.
This 27 Razorback Road The Hobby Farm went on sale on the day the Victorian Circuit Breaker was announced.
But Kay & Burton Flinders’ agent Andrew Hines said that this “stunning house from all angles” was exactly what urbanites were looking for after escaping the 10-kilometer bubble.
Mr. Hines said that since the closure of the first pandemic last year, he has seen people with holiday houses in the area scrambling to leave the smoke behind.
“It’s an unrestricted idea, I actually think people just feel healthier in coastal areas,” he said.
“When they hear the news of the circuit breaker blockade, there is no doubt that people will go to their coastal areas quickly because they would rather be blocked on the Mornington Peninsula than stay in the city.”
The 5.39-hectare residence at No. 27 should be an important attraction for those with a budget of US$12.5 million and who desire a sense of space unaffected by isolation.
Mr. Hines said: “The view of the Bass Strait is so big that it has been renovated about five years ago.” “You can even see Nobbies and Seal Rock (on Phillip Island). It’s a huge view. “
Understandably, this house makes full use of its vision, from the formal dining room to the sun room and the study room with living spaces facing the water.
The family room absorbs the northern sunlight on the other side of the house. There are large glass windows that can open five sets of double doors to transform the casual dining space into an outdoor room.
The granite kitchen is equipped with a walk-in pantry and breakfast bar.
A spiral staircase leads to the second living room and two of the five bedrooms upstairs.
A tennis court and an infinite solar-heated swimming pool surrounded by landscaped gardens add to the appeal. The dam with a dock provides space for more pristine activities, adding fish, or raising a small amount of cattle, because the current owner has been on the property for more than 11 years.
Mr. Hines said the product is also surrounded by some of the best rural houses in the area.
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