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Sun, sand, crashing surf and an unparalleled coastal lifestyle await you at historic Trenavin Park. A secluded, sprawling Phillip Island property with panoramic ocean views nestled among gentle hills and fertile land in some of the most stunning landscape the Australian coastline offers.
Trenavin Park extends over 33.76 hectares approx. (83.42 acres) and includes a secluded beachfront (a quick walk across the paddock and you will be surfing 'The Farm'), mesmerising sunrises and sunsets, and un-interrupted views across Western Port Bay to Flinders and Bass Strait.
Amid the sound of crashing waves, Trenavin Park offers multiple options and income-generating opportunities, from being the ultimate private family estate or a working farm, to a luxury resort or an events and wedding venue with its own private chapel.
Reached by a private winding driveway lined with historic towering Cypress trees, Trenavin Park boasts a picture-perfect double storey home (c.1923) echoing the Arts and Crafts Style. Built from locally-made bricks, the Welsh slate-roofed home offers formal rooms with exquisite timber panelling, craftsman-built timber staircase, open fireplaces, large home office, five bedrooms and four ensuites. The extensively renovated, contemporary family living area and kitchen have stunning views from every angle. French doors open to the back garden with views across the paddocks to the ocean.
A second home, known as The Cottage, boasts views across paddocks to the Mornington Peninsula. It has three bedrooms, central bathroom, kitchen with Rayburn stove, living and dining room with fireplace. Ideally suited as a guest house or potential Airbnb opportunity.
Trenavin Park also has its own fully restored 1906 chapel - once the original San Remo Church. Transported to the estate more than 30 years ago, the non-denominational Chapel has been a favourite venue for weddings, concerts and events. The Summerhouse has an extensive deck that looks towards the Chapel and the sea.
Surrounded by beautiful gardens, the main house boasts hydronic heating, three large open fireplaces, wood burning heater, contemporary kitchen with original AGA and Italian Bertazzoni oven.
Other features include a tennis court, fenced paddocks, dams and abundant water storage, machinery shed, two storage sheds and town water supply.