Putting holes, an indoor pool, floodlit tennis court, basketball and netball rings, and a 1000-bottle wine cellar make this one of Melbourne’s most fun homes.
That’s not all 10-12 Waterloo St, Camberwell, on the market for $9m-$9.9m, has to offer, either.
The vendors are also throwing into the sale an original Alcock, Thompson and Taylor snooker table, since it’s too big and difficult to move.
There’s also the potential to convert a formal sitting room into a home cinema to complete the package.
Kay & Burton director Scott Patterson said he had been inundated with inquiries from buyers eager to get an in-person glimpse inside the five-bedroom residence as soon as Melbourne’s lockdown lifted.
And should it sell within the advertised range, the lavish abode will become Camberwell’s second most expensive house behind 2 Waterloo St, Camberwell, which sold for $12m in 2017.
“It’d be a great place to grow up; it’s fantastic,” Mr Patterson said.
“It’s probably one of the nicest homes we’ve had on our books for a long time.”
There are three formal and casual living zones on the ground floor, as well as a study, a huge billiards room and a guest bedroom with its own ensuite.
The sleek kitchen has a butler’s pantry and an extra-long stone island bench, while upstairs there’s a rumpus zone, and a big parents’ retreat with a walk-through robe, an ensuite and a private balcony.
Topping it all off is the elegant reception hall with its glossy European oak floors and a spectacular outdoor entertaining area with a sliding glass roof over the heated indoor lap pool.
The house is set behind high fences on a 1932sq m block among lush gardens designed by award-winning landscape architect John Patrick.
“When you’re in, it’s a bit like a compound,” Mr Patterson said.
“It’d be a nice place to be caught up in lockdown, certainly.”
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