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As seen in the Source link, written by on 2019-11-10 17:00:00

The converted stables with a half-court attached.

Cleaning up after entertaining is the worst part.

But this Tyabb property has hosting parties with minimal clean up all thought out.

And with an entertaining space double the size of the house, you’ll have trouble kicking your guests out at 79 Boes Rd — but then again, there’s plenty of room for everyone.

The 0.97ha property, which has a price guide of $1.2 million, features a sizeable shed, the colossal entertaining space – a converted stables – plus a three-bedroom house.

It also has plans and permits for a four-bedroom contemporary house.

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No. 79 Boes Rd is on the market for $1.2 million.

“It’s basically a vacant block on steroids, if you like,” Jacobs and Lowe Mornington director Cameron McDonald said.

“Everything’s been done but the construction of the new home.”

After gaining approval for the new build, the vendor realised his son would be ready to move out by the time everything was finished.

“He’ll effectively downsize into something and allow someone else to take over,” Mr McDonald said.

The shed’s got an industrial stainless-steel kitchen.

How’s the barbecue?

Undoubtedly the highlight of the property is the converted stables and adjoining paved basketball court.

“They’re basketball fans and basketball players so that’s why it’s got that unique half-court with the floodlights and the murals,” Mr McDonald said.

“I think they spend more time down there than in the old house at the moment – it’s a great spot.”

A plumber servicing the hospitality industry, the vendor has created a “one-stop-shop for outdoor living” out of the old stable block.

The vendors are hoping Lebron and co. have a strong season this year.

The pavilion dwarfs the residence.

Inside the three-bedroom house.

“It’s all fitted with gas supply, hot water and provision for a dishwasher, there’s also a powder room in there,” Mr McDonald said.

“It’s certainly more than your standard alfresco … and visually quite stunning to look at it – the mix of the old and the new in terms of the rusticity of the roof and timber, you’ve got the stainless-steel.”

He said there was a combination of locals and city-dwellers expressing interest in putting their own stamp on the property.

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