International DJ Carl Cox and veteran promoter Richie McNeill list Victorian Alpine holiday let

They’re seeking for over $2 million for the Myrtleford property which they had built in by the Windsor-based RAID Studio

The exterior of the property
The exterior of the property

The international DJ Carl Cox and the veteran music promoter Richie McNeill, who started music festival Stereosonic, are selling their successful holiday rental accomodation in the Victorian Alpine.

They’re seeking for over $2 million for the Myrtleford property which they had built in by the Windsor-based RAID Studio, after the pair paid $210,000 for a vacant two hectare block back in 2009.

Since 2013 it’s been a successful high-end holiday rental, known as Tatoonie, which gets booked at over $700 a night midweek and $2,200 for two nights over Friday and Saturday.

International DJ Carl Cox and veteran promoter Richie McNeill list Victorian Alpine holiday let

Offered fully furnished, the home is split in to an east and west wing to divide the accomodation and living spaces.

The east wing is made up of four bedrooms, including two master bedrooms, a queen bedroom and a bedroom with four king single bunks which allows for rentals up to 13 guests.

The west wing is the living space which has a home office, and the hub of the living space, an open plan main kitchen, living and dining area with polished aggregate floors, created using local stone, with in slab floor heating and an open fireplace with woodbox.

International DJ Carl Cox and veteran promoter Richie McNeill list Victorian Alpine holiday let

The concrete kitchen bench top with wooden breakfast bar matches the hand made wooden table. The space opens to an outdoor deck with in ground salt chlorinated swimming pool, an outdoor shower, toilet, four person sauna and an outdoor barbecue.

In the grounds there’s a custom colorbond grey shed.

Ray White Myrtleford agents Sandra Dondio and Scott McMasters have the listing.

Cox has owned a home on the Mornington Peninsula since 2006 when he bought a home in Frankston South where he has spent his time during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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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