DJ Carl Cox and main music promoter Richie McNeill loved a million-dollar view of Mt Buffalo from this Myrtleford pad earlier than promoting it in 2021.

These exceptional houses permit their occupants to be at one with nature, placing mountains, rolling hills, beautiful gardens, waterfalls, bushland and even a volcanic crater on present.

Try our picks for the Victorian pads providing the perfect views of the pure world.

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38 Buffalo Creek Rd, Myrtleford

Final bought for $1,853,750 in Could 2021

What a spot. Image: Peter Bennetts

The view may be loved from a pool, deck and floor-to-ceiling home windows. Image: Peter Bennetts

A sweeping million-dollar view of Mt Buffalo and the encompassing countryside is on provide from floor-to-ceiling home windows, an alfresco deck and a pool at this Myrtleford retreat constructed – and bought in 2021 – by celebrity DJ Carl Cox and main music promoter Richie McNeill. The pair liked the property and its outlook a lot, McNeill stated they hoped “the brand new homeowners will allow us to lease it off them”.

Sky Excessive, 2 Mt Franklin Rd, Mt Franklin

Final bought for $2.55m in February 2018

Sky High - Mount Franklin (Daylesford), $1188 a night - Image supplied Stayz

Sky Excessive’s triangular form was designed to seize 360-degree views.

Sky High - Mount Franklin (Daylesford), $1188 a night - Image supplied Stayz

Sky Excessive was designed in a triangular form to seize dramatic 360-degree vistas of surrounding hills, farmland and bushland, from its elevated place atop Girl Franklin hill. “Whether or not you’re within the rest room or the laundry, each room has a view,” then-Jellis Craig agent Robert Broadhurst stated when the property was last listed in 2018.

18 Rockpool Lane, Buckland

Final bought in July 2021, after being marketed for $2.5m

18 Rockpool Lane, Buckland, has waterfalls and swimming spots in its entrance yard.

The modernist home is surrounded by nature.

Waterfalls and swimming holes type a part of the entrance yard of regional Victoria’s answer to Frank Lloyd Wright’s iconic Fallingwater, offering a pleasant outlook. The modernist hideaway is perched above the Buckland River and surrounded by bushes, guaranteeing nature shines at each vantage level.

Morning Star, 2 Sunnyside Rd, Mt Eliza

Final bought $30.66m in June 2020

Morning Star’s superb backyard vista.

The outlook additionally takes in vineyards, the bay and town skyline.

When My Chemist Retail Group co-owner Mario Verrocchi snapped up this massive Mornington Peninsula estate in 2020, he gained beautiful views throughout the property’s 12ha winery, award-winning gardens containing about 75,000 rose bushes and Port Phillip Bay, all the best way to town skyline.

57 Lowery Rd, Crossley

Final bought $730,000 in July 2019

57 Lowery Rd, Crossley

57 Lowery Rd, Crossley, is perched on the sting of a crater.

57 Lowery Rd, Crossley

The crater is now higher identified for its lake and wildlife reserve.

You received’t discover many properties with a vista just like the one on provide at this 2ha property in Victoria’s southwest, which is on the sting of a crater. Now higher identified for its lake and wildlife reserve, the Tower Hill volcano is a scenic backdrop to the house – whose resident can be comfortable to comprehend it hasn’t erupted in 25,000 years.

5 Skyline Tce, Mt Hotham

Last sold in September 2021, after being marketed for $2.5m

Snow-capped mountains encompass this Mt Hotham chalet.

Hotham Village and the Summit are seen from the property.

This chalet is surrounded by snow-capped mountains – and its “entertainer’s paradise” of a prime ground boasts an unobstructed outlook over them, in accordance with promoting company Castran. You’ll be able to see Hotham Village and the Summit from the house, with a tall ceiling and full-height window enhancing the vista.

57 Lilliput Lane, Pakenham

Final listed in 2021 for $3m-$3.3m

Valleys and mountains make up the view from this Pakenham pad.

The home is taken into account one among Pakenham’s greatest houses, which the view a giant drawcard.

A “million-dollar view” of close by valleys, Mt Cannibal and the Strzelecki Ranges makes this hillside house one among Pakenham’s greatest residences, in accordance with Barry Plant Pakenham agent Chris Benson. “In case you stroll or take the buggy as much as the highest of hill on a transparent day you possibly can see the whole lot,” he stated.

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