Toast a luxury lifestyle at Mornington Peninsula vineyard
Featuring an award-winning house and a renowned commercial vineyard, this rare 40ha property on the Mornington Peninsula is worth raising a glass to.
The picturesque Tuerong offering is on the market with a $10-$11 million price guide.
Kay & Burton director Gowan Stubbings said the longtime owners began planting the vineyard in 1988.
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The estate has since grown to sprawl across two titles at 260 & 265 Old Moorooduc Rd and comprise 23ha of mature vines including chardonnay, pinot noir, shiraz, pinot gris and sauvignon blanc.
Robinson Vineyard had become the key grape supplier to top wine producers Stonier, Moorooduc Estate and Paringa Estate, Mr Stubbings said.
Nestled among the vines is Vineyard House, which was designed by John Wardle Architects to reflect its picturesque surrounds and claimed the Australian Institute of Architects’ Harold Desbrowe-Annear Award for “best new residential house” in 2004.
The three-bedroom rammed earth house notably features a 1200-bottle cellar and an open-plan living and dining space with a Cheminees Philippe fireplace, walls of windows framing vineyard views, and a granite and timber kitchen with Gaggenau appliances.
“We don’t often come across properties like this — they’re very, very tightly held,” Mr Stubbings said.
“It’s an impressive home.”
He expected buyers from Melbourne and overseas to compete for the property, being offered via an expressions of interest campaign closing April 30.