Enough to Leura you

Herald Sun - Property - - REAL ESTATE -

A 10.11ha prop­erty, 6km from the his­toric town of Port Fairy, has its own ac­cess to Leura Bay.

Un­re­stricted ocean views dom­i­nate the out­look from the front of the home.

In­side there’s a for­mal din­ing, lounge and a bil­liard and bar en­ter­tain­ing area.

The house features Tas­ma­nian ash floor­ing, a blue­stone fire­place, com­mer­cial dou­ble glaz­ing and a cathe­dral ceil­ing fea­tur­ing ex­posed iron­bark trusses.

The large kitchen in­cor­po­rates Black­wood join­ery, an Ilve stove, walk-in pantry and a break­fast din­ing area over­look­ing Leura Bay.

The large main bed­room has an en­suite and walk-in wardrobe. There is a li­brary and of­fice up­stairs.

The west wing of the house has three bed­rooms (all with built-in wardrobes), a fam­ily bath­room, sep­a­rate toi­let and laun­dry.

The prop­erty stretches from the Princes High­way to its high-tide ti­tle boundary.

Brun­ton Lodge at Leura Bay, 35 Dura Lane Port Fairy, is for sale by ex­pres­sions of in­ter­est. De­tails: Dar­ryl O’Brien at War­rnam­bool Real Es­tate, 0408 527 913

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