Victoria's Best-Priced Mansion? "TOORAK" in Traralgon!
Traralgon $2,800,000 or Nearest Offer!!!
|Address||35 Hoven Drive|
|Land Size||7 acre|
If this gorgeous home were in Toorak, it may sell above $40 million. And that’s the home. As for the land, it is on seven of nature’s loveliest acres – which includes a one-acre lake stocked with fish that attract some of the region’s prettiest birds. And loudest. Like the residents, they love the ambience of this almost-Thoreau-like location – but in the warm luxury that only a few can afford, certainly not Thoreau. The right words for this home are “dream home”.
The aerial shot is enough to make you gasp. Show it to your friends and ask the question, “How much do you think this home would cost?” We tried it. No one said less than $10 million.
This divine residence is not in Toorak or Beverley Hills.
But, with the recent traumas of city life and the rush (almost panic) by many to live in regional centres, having a ‘city home’ a mere two hours from Melbourne is surely a huge PLUS!
The hard-to-believe news is that this home is not priced in the multi-million-dollar city range. It is reluctantly offered for at a mere $2.8 million (or best offer, likely above). Yes, too low.
Try buying this much land and then building a home of this beauty and quality below $5 million within two hours of any major Australian city. No chance, surely. So, grab this chance now.
Owners selling reluctantly after living happily here for many years. They don’t like to call it a mansion. Despite its gargantuan size, it’s got the homeliest feel. Its aura envelopes you the moment you enter and see the sweeping ‘Gone-With-The-Wind’ staircase. This feels like home, where you are meant to live.
And, at such an incredibly low price – less than $3 million. Yes, we will say it again, too low.
Five bedrooms, each with their own gorgeous en-suites. Another two bedrooms plus a separate 50sqm guest cottage near the main home. The kitchen is another feature of this glorious home that will make the most fastidious chef gasp in delight. When you want to exercise, there is a 23-metre lap pool; yes, in addition to the laze-around magnificent main pool. For tennis fans, you’ve got your own quality court. If you like to read or study, spend a few hours in the library. When friends visit, select from the wine cellar and chat around the bar or in the sunroom leading to the pool or mingle in any of the generous living areas. Your friends will be in awe at such a wonderous home. They had no idea you were so successful. Ha. Yes, multi-million-dollar homes especially in this class and of this calibre are seldom offered for sale, not at this price.
This is a home that must be seen and felt to be truly appreciated and understood.
Call now to arrange an inspection. Spend as long as you wish. We won’t rush you through in a few minutes. Once you feel the presence of this home, we doubt you’ll feel like leaving.
Owners have agreed to inspections at anytime to suit interested parties. With the lock-down restrictions now lifted, we expect this home to attract plenty of interest. In answer to the question: “Why is it priced so cheaply?”, all we can say is that we will promise never to reveal how much you paid for what must surely be a contender for the best-value ‘everything-you-could-ever-want’ home in Australia.
Please contact Scott Kim on (03) 9568 8000 to arrange a private viewing
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Disclaimer: We have in preparing this document used in our best endeavours to ensure that the information contained in this document is true and accurate, but accept no responsibility and disclaim all liability in respect to any errors, omissions, inaccuracies or misstatements in this document. Prospect purchasers should make their own enquiries to verify the information contained in this document. Purchasers should make their own enquiries and refer to the due diligence check-list provided by Consumer Affairs. Click on the link for the copy of the due diligence check-list from Consumer Affairs. http://www.consumer.vic.gov.au/duediligencechecklist