197 McGeorge Road,

5 Bed

3 Bath

4 Car

Property Sold


House 2 - Ryan & Rachel


A thirteen-acre vineyard estate with sensational views of Mount Macedon proves that life outside the big smoke makes for clearer horizons.

For indulgent weekends and extended holidays, or a family home for contemporary country living, every comfort has been accounted for throughout the floorplan — but not at the environment’s expense. Awarded a 7-star sustainability rating, you’re investing in an off-grid solar farm with battery storage and a backup generator, the latest geothermal technology throughout, two rainwater tanks, and boreing irrigation for the vineyard and garden.

The expansive living and dining room takes elevated standards quite literally. The soaring ceilings with wooden accents acknowledge the lodge’s heritage charm, while the floor-to-ceiling windows deliver a portrait-style landscape backdrop. A kitchen that includes what matters; the double oven, steam oven, dishwasher, and microwave are from ILVE. Both produce and vino are perfectly preserved within Fhiaba fridges, and the non-chilled drops are kept in the 126-bottle Vintec cabinet in the Butler’s pantry.

The master bedroom delivers on the refined brief with 3-metre ceilings, and soft country charm from the pure wool carpet and Rinnai gas fireplace. Ornate cornices, a wainscoting feature wall, and custom Kingsman wardrobes in the walk-in are just the beginning, with block-out blinds, a triple-glazed window, and a Velux skylight shedding light over the reading nook.

Hand-made tiles, muted tones, and custom inclusions adorn the main bathroom. The freestanding oval bath and arched shower screen takes the edge off, but the Blackbutt timber double vanity and brushed nickel hardware still deliver on impact. There’s also a double shower, underfloor heating, and heated towel rails for warmer winters. The master ensuite rivals in grandeur, with custom Robert Gordon basins, Perini Missano mosaic tiles, and breathtaking views across the estate.

January for the entertainer’s deck and the solar-heated pool, while July’s are made better by the mudroom, hydronic underfloor heating, and multiple fireplaces. Not to mention, generous guest bedrooms, diverse entertaining spaces, central heating and cooling, and a four-car remote garage deliver past expectations.


A northern orientation for daytime basking, a wraparound terrace for night sky gazing, and notes of opulence from the half-acre pinot noir vineyard — this is what happens when impeccable design meets countryside living.

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