A 1930s residence on three titles within historic Ranelagh Estate is on the market for the first time in more than two decades.
The elegant 15 Ravenscourt Cres property with a Georgian Revival-style main house is among the largest landholdings in the prized Mt Eliza estate.
The four-bedroom home on almost 2000sq m has been extensively renovated and extended over the years.
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Cloughmore is a well-restored and renovated property.
It is on a large block of almost 2000sq m.
It is up for auction on October 27 with a $3-$3.3 million price guide and last changed hands for just $249,000 in 1996.
The makeover and extension have added a pool and spa, veranda, decks and carports.
“Cloughmore has water views and beautiful northerly aspects and is close to the water and the village,” RT Edgar Mt Eliza director Vicki Sayers said.
“There are three self-contained dwellings on the property, with an apartment located above the garage and workshop.”
The pool and spa are later inclusions to the 1930s-built house.
The stately formal dining room.
The house is bright and spacious with features such as oak-lined walls, restored Tasmanian oak floors, elegant living spaces, two kitchens and generous bedrooms.
The beautiful grounds include an old oak tree, self-cleaning pool and spa, alfresco area with a wood-fired pizza oven, glass house, fruit trees and wide lawns.
The well-equipped main kitchen.
Views can be enjoyed from this spacious bedroom.
The property is considered to have architectural significance and historical ties to Ranelagh Estate, which was developed in the 1920s based on a country club concept.
Ranelagh Estate’s significance is due to its “garden suburb” design and as an example of the work of the architect Walter Burley Griffin and his wife Marion Mahony Griffin in Victoria.
Tasmanian oak floors are found throughout the home.