152 O'Sullivans Lane Kerrie.
Equestrian, lifestyle property in a beautiful setting less than an hour from Melbourne as featured in the property section of the @TheWeeklyTimes
SOMEONE could be about to discover their dream home in the pages of The Weekly Times, just as David Yunghanns and his wife did 17 years ago.
“We’d been looking for a long time, then I was working in Melbourne ... and my wife is a country girl, so we needed to be a commutable distance,” David said.
“Through The Weekly Times we saw this property. Back then we really hadn’t even thought to look in Macedon Ranges. We came up here and it was, ‘Wow’.
“We just loved it from the day we saw it.”
Tickawarra, on 20 hectares, offers a gracious house – and upmarket accommodation for horses. The corrugated iron and timber house is built in wings, with guests catered for in a series of one-bedroom studios, all with en suites.
The main living area and the main bedroom are in the central wing and the huge living area is a delight. It has a muted blue-and-mustard kitchen, a wood fire and it connects to a stylish loggia.
Expressions of interest: close on June 20 Abercrombys Real Estate, Jock Langley 0419 530 008
Heritage-listed, refined and unforgettably spectacular, Ard Rudah is a property that takes you to a world all of its own. Just 45 minutes from Melbourne CBD and approximately 25 minutes from Tullamarine International Airport, Ard Rudah is the ultimate country escape.
They say the village of Flinders in Victoria has the world’s cleanest air, whipped straight off the Antarctic.
It certainly boasts one of the world’s most stunning coastlines, a rugged collection of rock and beach where Westernport Bay meets the Bass Strait. It’s a mix of unforgiving, wild waves on one side and safer bay beaches on the other. Inland, vineyards blanket the landscape.
“It’s a bit like the Riviera of Australia,” says Jock Langley, the director of Abercromby’s Real Estate. “It’s fast becoming the region for Melbourne’s wealthy and elite. That whole peninsula has seen massive changes in the last 10-20 years.” Read More: http://www.domain.com.au/news/escape-why-melbournes-elite-retreat-to-flinders-20151118-gkvznv/
Abercromby’s Real Estate is proud to introduce the newest division of our business – Abercromby’s Coast and Country.
Established to provide a 100 per cent dedicated and highly experienced resource for vendors of rural lifestyle to large scale agricultural holdings and premium coastal assets, Abercromby’s Coast and Country perfectly complements our market-leading luxury and lifestyle business.
The directors warmly welcome Tim Bennetts to the Abercromby’s family as he steps in to lead Abercromby’s Coast and Country. Tim brings to this role a true passion for the land combined with extensive real estate experience. “After 15 years in commercial real estate, I ran ‘Pardoo’, a 746 hectare cattle property in the Western Districts,” he said. “In perfect synergy, the Abercromby’s Coast and Country division utilises my specialist farming knowledge as well as my broad network of high-net worth clients seeking that very special and premium rural and lifestyle property acquisition.”
In addition, the overall agricultural landscape is an evolving and changing market, becoming more and more sophisticated. With Tim’s extensive commercial experience we see a real opportunity for Abercromby’s to be a conduit between landowners and the emergence of both foreign and institutional investors.
Director Jock Langley agrees. “Tim’s farming knowledge is extensive. Combine that with his consummate real estate negotiation skills and his committed approach to achieving impressive outcomes for his clients and we have secured the perfect leader for our newest division.
Abercromby’s Coast and Country proudly stands alone in the marketplace – delivering a specialised and tailored service where each prestigious rural land holding is regarded as truly unique and treated accordingly with experience, knowledge and respect.
Please call Tim Bennetts today on 0417 307 363 and learn more about how Abercromby’s Coast and Country will make a substantial difference to the sale of your premium rural and lifestyle property.
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