Bass Lodge, Mornington Peninsula
Updated: Aug 12, 2019
Jonathan Chancellor, of PropertyObserver, reports that Bass Lodge, the Flinders Mornington Peninsula home, has sold for $6.775 million. Bass Lodge is a 1915 Federation Arts and Crafts "Weekender" with stunning sea views and original features.
Bass Lodge, once the weekender of the family of the supermarket giant Coles, was bought by the Newell family who are behind manufacturing company Baron Rubber.
Bass Lodge was sold by the local Barr-Smith family, who paid $5.4 million in 2010 before restoring the grand 1915 built home, which has a local heritage listing by the Mornington Peninsula Shire.
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.
Bass Lodge, Flinders trophy home sold for $6,775,000 - Jonathan Chancellor