Bass Lodge, Flinders trophy home sold for $6,775,000

Bass Lodge, Flinders trophy home sold for $6,775,000
Bass Lodge, Flinders trophy home sold for $6,775,000

Bass Lodge, once the weekender of the family of the supermarket giant Coles, has sold for $6,775,000. 

It was bought by the Newell family who are behind manufacturing company Baron Rubber.

It was sold by the local Barr-Smith family, who paid $5.4 million in 2010 before restoring the grand 1915 built home.

Set on a vast 5,340 square metres, the home has four bedrooms, a formal sitting room, dining room, seven-car garage, wine cellar and an internal lift 

Kay & Burton sold the home for a suburb record for a residential house, but failed to achieve near its initial $8 million to $8.5 million guide.

The record house price of $6.56 million was paid last year for the 2800 square metre 14 Bass Street.

Bass Lodge, Flinders trophy home sold for ,775,000

It comes with four bedrooms, formal sitting room, dining room, light-filled kitchen, wide balcony with views across the water, and a seven-car garage. 

Other features include lift, wine cellar, guest kitchen and dining, concealed laundry, drying cupboard, cloakroom, powder room, plentiful storage, and split system heating and cooling.

Bass Lodge, Flinders trophy home sold for ,775,000

Bass Lodge is ideally located just a few minutes walk to the shops, cafes and restaurants of the Village, the popular Flinders Hotel, the Flinders Golf Club, the beach and the pier.

The suburb's median house price sits at $1.67 million according to CoreLogic. 

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of Australia's most respected property journalists, having been at the top of the game since the early 1980s. Jonathan co-founded the property industry website Property Observer and has written for national and international publications.

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