Inside the boxhouse in Fingal, VIC, with a magnesium pool as a hot spring

This unusual ‘box’ house hides a spectacular retreat – complete with a magnesium pool that’s like having your own hot spring in your own backyard

  • A Victorian seaside mansion has its own ‘rejuvenating’ magnesium pool that resembles a private hot springwater
  • The five bedroom house on a 1,318 sqm block offers potential buyers the chance to live in the ‘lap of luxury’
  • Standout features include polished concrete floors, floor-to-ceiling windows, outdoor spa and sunken fire pit
  • The solar- and gas-heated pool contains water as pure as that of luxury wellness retreats

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A modern mansion on the Victorian coast contains a ‘rejuvenating’ magnesium pool that has been compared to a private hot spring in your own backyard.

The five-bedroom avant-garde in Fingal, on the Mornington Peninsula, 99 kilometers south of Melbourne, offers potential buyers the chance to live in the ‘lap of luxury’ – provided you have at least $2 million to spare .

Notable features of the opulent house on a 1,318 block include a gourmet kitchen with a handcrafted concrete bench, three hotel-style bathrooms with seating in the showers, an outdoor spa and sunken fire pit, and an upstairs deck that wraps around one side of the property. wraps.

The solar- and gas-heated pool contains water so pure it rivals that of luxury wellness retreats, including the nearby Mornington Peninsula Hot Springs.

A modern mansion (pictured) on the Victorian coast contains a ‘rejuvenating’ magnesium pool that has been compared to a private hot spring in your own backyard

The five-bedroom avant-garde in Fingal, on the Mornington Peninsula, 99 kilometers south of Melbourne, offers potential buyers the chance to live in the 'womb of luxury'

The five-bedroom avant-garde in Fingal, on the Mornington Peninsula, 99 kilometers south of Melbourne, offers potential buyers the chance to live in the ‘womb of luxury’

But it will get you a cool $2 million (AUD)

But it will get you a cool $2 million (AUD)

No expense has been spared to finish the interior with the finest details, from the polished concrete floors that run through the lower floor to the floor-to-ceiling windows that can be found in almost every room.

Kay & Burton Flinders property director Andrew Hines told Daily Mail Australia that the house’s unique style and architectural appeal sets the house apart from others on the market.

Mr. Hines has set a price guide of $2 million to $2.5 million (AUD), significantly higher than the region’s average home price, which was $1.5 million in 2020, according to sales figures from realestate.com.au.

Notable features of the opulent house on a 1,318 block include an outdoor spa and sunken fire pit and an upstairs deck that wraps around one side of the property

Notable features of the opulent house on a 1,318 block include an outdoor spa and sunken fire pit and an upstairs deck that wraps around one side of the property

There is also a luxury kitchen with a handmade concrete bench

There is also a luxury kitchen with a handmade concrete bench

Expansive living spaces are spread throughout the property

Expansive living spaces are spread throughout the property

Demand for homes in the country of Victoria and the Mornington Peninsula has skyrocketed since the pandemic broke out in early 2020, as weary Melburnians seeking a change of pace and reprieve from Covid restrictions continue to flee the city en masse.

“There is huge demand with limited supply, and it has pushed the median price up over the past year,” he said.

A poll of 1,500 Victorians by research firm Red Bridge found that 36 percent of Melbourne residents would rather move to the countryside if their work allowed it.

The house features three hotel style bathrooms with seating in the showers

The house features three hotel style bathrooms with seating in the showers

No expense has been spared to finish the interior down to the last detail

It is fitted with polished concrete floors that run through the lower floor to the floor-to-ceiling windows found in almost every room

No expense has been spared to finish the interior down to the smallest detail, from the polished concrete floors that run throughout the lower floor to the floor-to-ceiling windows found in nearly every room.

Kay & Burton Flinders property director Andrew Hines told Daily Mail Australia that the house's unique style and architectural appeal sets it apart from others on the market

Kay & Burton Flinders property director Andrew Hines told Daily Mail Australia that the house’s unique style and architectural appeal sets it apart from others on the market

Six percent said they had already made the switch, the Herald Sun reported, after five lockdowns in 18 months damaged the city’s reputation as one of the most ‘liveable’ places on Earth.

According to figures from realestate.com.au, interest in regional properties soared 200 percent between 2020 and 2021, with remote cities jumping to the top of the wish lists of pandemic-weary buyers.

Areas such as Curlewis and Anglesea would experience unprecedented demand, pushing prices in sought-after zip codes by up to 10 percent per quarter.

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