38 Mitford Rd, Flinders has hit the market after undergoing an expert renovation by architect Clare Cousins.
An expert renovation has paid homage to this Flinders beach house’s ‘70s roots while adding a chic contemporary edge.
RT Edgar Flinders-Portsea managing director Holly Longmuir said the vendors bought 38 Mitford Rd as a permanent home about 15 years ago, but recently engaged architect Clare Cousins to take it to another level.
They’re now selling the property with $8-$8.8 million price hopes.
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The 4.05ha property features a pool …
… and tennis court.
White-washed walls and ceilings blend into timber ones throughout the house, notably in the striking open-plan living and dining room featuring a Cheminees Philippe wood fire and a kitchen with a luxury Lacanche cooker.
White-wash meets timber in the quirky living, dining and kitchen area.
The swish kitchen.
The 4.05ha property also includes a salt water pool, tennis court, in-ground trampoline, nine-car garage, dam, vegetable garden and horse stables.
Ms Longmuir said the five-bedroom pad was one of just five homes on its exclusive country road.
A billiards room is part of the package.
One of the home’s striking bathrooms.
Two doors down is Musk Cottage, which garden design guru Rick Eckersley sold last month for just above $4.5 million.
The Mitford Rd property’s expressions of interest campaign closes on December 5.
The house features five bedrooms.
An expressions of interest campaign for the property closes on December 5