It is regarded as one of the most prestigious properties in Pokolbin and has attracted international interest.
John Edmondson, of Jurd’s Real Estate, is marketing Olio Mio Boutique Wine and Olive Estate with offers for the stunning 63-acre property expected over $8 million.
After buying the estate in 2003, Olio Mio’s owners are having a sea change and relocating to Merewether to be closer to family.
A palm-lined driveway leads to a Tuscan-inspired residence that has three living areas and a gourmet kitchen.
There are five bedrooms, three which are ensuited on the lower level. Upstairs is a master suite with spacious dressing room, bathroom plus sitting room with expansive valley views.
An alfresco terrace with outdoor kitchen overlooks an inground swimming pool and landscaped gardens and there is separate guest accommodation.
On the property are 25 acres of olive groves and six acres of grape vines as well as a state-of-the-art olive processing press.
“It’s a very unique property and the views are absolutely stunning ... the master bedroom up the top is really luxurious,” Mr Edmondson said.
“It’s got southern European influences and they have used a lot of imported tiles.
“It’s just a stunning house with six bedrooms and beautifully presented. It also has a two-bedroom guest accommodation which you could use as tourism.
“You can add to the property; you could put cottages on it if you wanted to.”
There is also a three-bay machinery shed plus large coolroom for wine storage and a small orchard of fruit trees.
Jurd’s Real Estate are also marketing Wine Country Villas, in Thompsons Road, Pokolbin. It has eight split-level luxury villas on 25 acres and has development approval for an additional six two-bedroom cottages.
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