A Shoreham property is set up for even more than luxury living for a family.
Set between the vineyards and beaches, 115 Punty Lane is also the perfect home to breed show-winning cattle and thoroughbred horses.
The 9.3ha lifestyle property in a tightly held spot includes a main house, self-contained accommodation, sheds, stables and well-grassed paddocks.
“The house is a sprawling Australian-style home with high ceilings and a large kitchen,” a spokesman for listing agent Michael Keating International said.
The long-time owners have developed the property with amenities for cattle grazing and the family’s own event horses. It has an indicative selling price of $6.6-$7.2 million.
“The property has been renovated with great views and is a working property with cattle and horses,” the spokesman said.
The lush grounds and kitchen garden are well maintained with supply from two storage dams. The property also features orchards, shaded spots, stables and a ménage.
The main house with a timeless design has four bedrooms, two ensuites and two bathrooms, three living zones, an office and two study areas, plus a cellar, and is complemented by a self-contained guest suite or extra accommodation.
The kitchen is open-plan and adjoins a family living and meals zone. Mod cons ensure year-round comfort while the attractions of Red Hill and beaches are close by.
A paved terrace looks out to the swimming pool, lawns and flowering lilies in the lake.
The property has the advantage of slight undulation in contrast to mainly steeper properties in the area, the spokesman said.
Such large lifestyle properties combining amenities for horses and cattle were seldom listed in the area, he added.
In January 2018, the agency sold a new Dromana home with a vineyard for above $10 million to set a new suburb price record.
The stunning five-bedroom, six-bathroom home on 11.3ha at 97 Harrisons Rd is one of the peninsula’s oldest commercial vineyards.