The Mornington Peninsula at its absolute finest with 42 acres of picturesque gardens, pasture, an established vineyard, dams, bore and a sprawling residence enjoying views of Western Port Bay, Grange Farm is a toast to fine country living.
Surrounded by some of the peninsula’s best vineyards, the property offers peace and serenity with gardens developed by renowned rural landscape architect Michael Bligh, while the residence with its wisteria-draped entry and surrounded by lawns, shade trees, morning terrace and walled alfresco courtyard provides for superb living and entertaining both indoors and out.
Vaulted ceilings add a sense of relaxed grandeur while large picture windows draw in the verdant green views.
An open plan family/meals area and granite kitchen forms the heart of the home, supported by a formal lounge/dining room with open fireplace and doors to the alfresco spaces on either side, and a quiet reception room or parents’ lounge beside the entry.
There are four bedrooms and three bathrooms including a master ensuite as well as internal access to a remote double garage.
The vineyard offers 10 acres of pinot noir and chardonnay varieties on a gentle easterly slope toward the bay, two dams provide water for stock and irrigation and there is an area of woodland at the rear of the property.
There are nine fenced paddocks, several loose boxes and two large machinery sheds including one purpose-built as a stable/barn.
Backing onto the Emu Plains reserve, Grange Farm is a sublime permanent country home or weekend escape barely an hour from the city and moments from fabulous winery restaurants and beaches.