Award-winning Mornington Peninsula olive estate for sale

Award-winning Mornington Peninsula olive estate for sale
Award-winning Mornington Peninsula olive estate for sale

The Green family established their award-winning olive estate at Boneo on theMornington Peninsula estate in 2007.

L'Uliveto Verde is a 19 hectare holding.

Translated to The Green Olive Grove, L'Uliveto Verde was kicked off when the Green family planted 3,250 olive trees across 16 hectares.

The grove, with a style which is inherently Italian, was planted in a traditional European diamond style, with trees planted in diagonal rows five and seven metres apart.

The trees used for oil are Italian varieties, Frantoio and Lucino, using a Spanish origin Paqual as a cultivator. The table varieties are a classic Greek kalamata.

The property also has a large organic orchard with 70 different fruit varieties, along with an organic vegetable operation. 

European influences continue to the six bedroom Mediterranean-style homestead.

Award-winning Mornington Peninsula olive estate for sale

The rendered home, framed by classic pencil pines sits at the end of a sweeping gravel driveway

Behind the arched timber door is a baronial-style entry hall with terracotta tiled floor. 

The kitchen and living areas have views over the garden, pool, tennis court and olive grove.

Peninsula Sotheby's International Realty agents Rob Curtain and Linda Boulter are marketing the property for an April 19 auction.

They have a guide of $3.5 million to $3.8 million.

The Hunter Valley olive farm Olio Mio has also recently been listed for sale.

 

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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