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1236 Stumpy Gully Road, Moorooduc is for sale.

A sprawling lifestyle property with Hamptons flair could become Moorooduc’s most expensive home.

The four-bedroom dream home at 1236 Stumpy Gully Rd has a mammoth $4.3-$4.5 million price guide.

CoreLogic shows it would become the suburb’s priciest pad if it sells in the range, topping the $3.4 million standing record at 275 Mornington-Tyabb Rd.

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The jaw-dropping kitchen.

A waterslide adds to the fun.

Top-end equestrian facilities including an arena and 11 fully-fenced paddocks, all in view from the pool, make this 4ha property a horse-lover’s dream.

Warlimont & Nutt agent Alex Corradi said the equine equipment was at such a high standard that it could be used for commercial purposes.

He said another highlight was the huge custom-designed kitchen with a butler’s pantry, Ilve appliances and an island bench that fits nine stools

The house has stone feature walls.

The lifestyle home is a horse-lover’s dream.

“(The bench) is made from imported marble, which is a feature you’ll find throughout the home,” Mr Corradi said.

“The vendors have also spared no expense on a lot of eco-stone walls in the living areas.”

The four-year-old house has four bedrooms, three luxe living areas and a covered entertaining deck. There’s also a tennis court next to the main residence.

There are four bedrooms inside.

A lavish walk-in wardrobe.

The Mornington Peninsula property has just hit the market with the vendors hoping for a private sale over summer.

The coastal region stays busy over the silly season, with many Melbourne buyers who visit the area looking for holiday houses.

Another resort-style home at 2 Gilels Way could set a price record in Balnarring Beach, with a $5.5-$6 million price guide.

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