A rare opportunity to secure acreage in the tightly-held Pearcedale township, this home reflects clever, captivating design making the most of such beautiful 11-acre approx. country surrounds and the excellent equestrian opportunities on offer. Floor to ceiling windows throughout the home afford seamless indoor/outdoor living, showcasing views of the entire property from all aspects whilst providing an abundance of natural light. Dual living spaces set the scene for attractively relaxed enjoyment with an open fireplace warming the living and dining, and gorgeous slate floors flowing between the kitchen and more casual family domain. Stone splashbacks and bullnose benches add the desired level of style to the kitchen, complemented by a generous walk-in pantry and induction cooking. Two alfresco areas make the property’s gardens even more irresistible, surrounding the home with a wealth of well-established trees and greenery where the kids are free to roam. A dedicated study accompanies three bedrooms, the main of which is kept appropriately private at the westerly end of the home with ensuite bathroom and walk-in robe while spa bathroom serves the others with style. Additional features include beautiful exposed timber rafter throughout the home, all-LED lighting, zoned electric/hydronic slab heating, split system in family living and triple carport.
Further afield lie a large dam and 12 paddocks via treelined central laneway. The rear five paddocks are stallion-proofed with laneways separating each paddock, whilst all paddocks feature electric fences, sighter wires and standoffs and town water all the way to the rear fence. Previously run as a thoroughbred breeding operation, and ideally suited for horse agistment with both private and shared paddock options.
Infrastructure closer to the house includes six day yards, large loose box/foaling down stable, large multi-use American Barn with space for hay/truck/machinery storage, 4 stables with feed and tack room, hot water wash, cattle crush, 18m round yard and 60m x 20m arena-style area. Sandy loam pastures have been meticulously cared for with re-seeded equine specific pasture, extensive fertiliser history, paddock rotation and weed management. Mature low maintenance gardens surround the home, with fully irrigated maple and ornamental pear laneways planted for stunning autumn colour and privacy.
Located just one block from the residential end of Queens Rd, the property is but a moment’s walk from the coveted Pearcedale Primary School, sporting facilities and shops. A short drive to the Peninsula Link Freeway, with Melbourne CBD approx.. 1 hour away. The property is central to the extensive equestrian facilities of the Peninsula, with Cranbourne and Mornington Racecourses approx. 20 minutes. An excellent location to enjoy the delights of the Peninsula’s wineries and beaches.
11 acres of equestrian opportunities
Designer home making the most of such beautiful country surrounds
Floor-to-ceiling windows afford seamless indoor/outdoor living
Showcasing views of the entire property from the home
Dual living spaces set a relaxed scene
Superb open lounging and dining areas
Slate floors flowing to family domain
Stone kitchen benches and splashbacks
Two alfresco areas make the gardens irresistible
Three bedrooms, two bathrooms
Gorgeous established greenery across the property
Mature maples and ornamental pears planted for privacy
12 paddocks all with electric fences, sighter wire and standoffs
Six post and rail day yards
Rear five paddocks are stallion-proofed
Large loose box/foaling stable
Sizeable dam, town water all the way to the back fence
American Barn for hay, truck and/or machinery
4 stables, feed and tack room plus hot wash
18m round yard
60m x 20m arena-style area
Sandy loam pastures have been meticulously cared for
Walk to Pearcedale Primary and shops
Easy routes to Western Port Bay and Peninsula Link
Enjoy the area’s renowned cellar-door restaurants