Located a stone’s throw from the historic Foxey’s Hangout corner, lies 61 Tubbarubba Road, a magnificent holding of 47 lush, pasture improved acres (approx.).
Set on prime land and part of the original Tuerong Selection (noted for its grazing quality and well-draining loam soils) the property boasts two road frontages and has been thoughtfully designed to promote best land use and maximise lifestyle choices.
An elegant masonry pillared gateway invites both owner and visitor down the tree-lined drive to the masterfully crafted brick residence. Set in a magnificent, manicured, mature, park-like garden the home’s soaring gables give it a cathedral like presence in the landscape – both serene and majestic.
The quality five bed, two bath, three car residence is bathed in natural light and enjoys a floorplan design that enhances modern life.
The hub of the home – the kitchen/meals/family zone is sun drenched and features a bespoke chef’s kitchen that is equipped with ample cabinetry and stone benchtops and splashbacks. The kitchen possesses a six-burner free standing stove and a convenient breakfast bar island. This zone features polished hardwood floors and opens to a capacious alfresco decked area that allows for the indoor/outdoor living that modern Australian life demands.
The outdoor entertaining space leads to the in-ground pool and private hedged garden which abuts the synthetic grass surfaced flood-lit tennis court.
The home’s living zones incorporate a carpeted formal lounge and dining room separated by a feature double sided open fire place. Both living zones are generously proportioned to maximise family life.
The sleeping quarters are divided to both ends of the home, with the large master suite at one end having a spacious walk-in robe and double vanitied en-suite.
The children’s/guest wing comprises four double bedrooms (BIRS), three with charming bay windows. This wing is serviced by the luxurious family bathroom (including spa bath). All bedrooms offer sensational views to the property’s grounds.
The home is completed by the large study/home office and laundry (with extra shower facility to accommodate after pool time relaxation).
The home is tastefully decorated in a neutral palette and benefited by both ducted heating and cooling.
The holding is post and railed and electrified fenced into 13 various sized paddocks with a great laneway system to ensure the safe movement of stock.
A significant 13 stable barn complex enhances the equestrian facilities. The stable block is aesthetically constructed with an attractive stone façade and incorporates a hot-wash, fodder storage room along with a tack room. A roofed-round-yard/sand-roll adjoins the barn via an undercover walkway.
Four dams service the stock requirements and are filled by a spring-fed bore. The fully operating farm infrastructure is further boosted by a large three-bay machinery/float/hay storage shed.
61 Tubbarubba Road is situated in the very heart of the Mornington Peninsula. Selected in the 1840’s for its magnificent grazing land, nothing has changed in over a century and a half – the Peninsula is still Victoria’s premier rural real estate.
The property’s location gives it a plethora of school options and the famed Peninsula recreational opportunities and epicurean delights surround it. A short drive to various shopping precincts, the beautiful beaches of either bay and Peninsula Link makes this address the perfect Peninsula property.
Homes and Acreage is proud to be offering this property for sale – To arrange an inspection or for further information, please contact the office on 1300 077 557.
• Five bed, two bath, three car
• In-ground pool and synthetic grass tennis court
• Ducted heating/air-conditioning
• 47 prime grazing acres
• 13 stable barn complex with sand roll/round yard
• 13 well-fenced paddocks
• Unlimited high-quality water supply - four dams/spring-fed bore
• Vegetable/herb garden and orchard
• Dual road access
• One of the absolute best addresses on the Peninsula
• Easy-access to Peninsula Link (an hour to Melbourne CBD/80 mins to Tullamarine)