The tropical home garden, complete with a waterfall and a caveman-style cellar, is coming on the market

Now that's a man's hole! House with a tropical backyard, complete with a waterfall and a holeman-style basement, sells for $ 1 million

  • Luxury Melbourne home is supposed to have sold at auction for around $ 1 million
  • The beautiful building has a tropical backyard and a cellar in a caveman style
  • The previous owner of the property said that living in the house looked like Bali
  • The auction took place just before the planned expression of the interest sale ended

A luxury house complete with its own waterfall and caveman-style cellar has sold for around $ 1 million.

The three-storey building, which features a tropical backyard full of exotic greenery, is surprisingly located in Gowanbrae, a northwestern suburb of Melbourne.

The unique property features were enough to provoke an early auction on Friday, which continued before the planned expressions of interest sales would end on the following Wednesday.

The caveman-style cellar (photo) is the perfect place for children to discover or experience adventures

The caveman-style cellar (photo) is the perfect place for children to discover or experience adventures

After a competitive auction, the beautiful property was sold to a family for more than the asking price of $ 900,000 – $ 990,000, it is understood.

It is believed that the residence, which compared to Bali because of the beautiful scenery, may have been charged for around $ 1 million, realestate.com.au reported.

And it is no surprise that the unique place of residence was a huge hit with potential buyers, as the property offers a & # 39; excellent family lifestyle & # 39 ;.

The lush house, a stone's throw from a hectare of parkland, has multiple living spaces, an open space for dining and an entertainment zone on a lower level, according to the listing of the accommodation.

A luxury Melbourne house, complete with its own waterfall and caveman-style cellar, is supposed to have been sold for a hefty $ 1 million (pictured backyard accommodation)

A luxury Melbourne house, complete with its own waterfall and caveman-style cellar, is supposed to have been sold for a hefty $ 1 million (pictured backyard accommodation)

A luxury Melbourne house, complete with its own waterfall and caveman-style cellar, is supposed to have been sold for a hefty $ 1 million (pictured backyard accommodation)

It also offers an arbor and an outdoor spa – perfect for relaxing and enjoying the beautiful surroundings of the back garden.

No doubt a family with children would get the most out of the basement – a caveman-like design makes it ideal for discovering or experiencing adventures.

The house is also conveniently located near major shopping centers and highways.

Mrs. Kristensen, who lived with her family in the property, said the unique features of the house that live there, & # 39; unreal & # 39; to feel.

The lush house (pictured), a stone's throw from a large number of parks, has multiple living areas and an open space for dining

The lush house (pictured), a stone's throw from a large number of parks, has multiple living areas and an open space for dining

The lush house (pictured), a stone's throw from a large number of parks, has multiple living areas and an open space for dining

David Vaughan, who works for real estate agents, Nelson Alexander, said the & aesthetics & # 39; of the property a & # 39; real appeal & # 39; turned out to be for potential buyers

David Vaughan, who works for real estate agents, Nelson Alexander, said the & aesthetics & # 39; of the property a & # 39; real appeal & # 39; turned out to be for potential buyers

David Vaughan, who works for real estate agents, Nelson Alexander, said the & aesthetics & # 39; of the property a & # 39; real appeal & # 39; turned out to be for potential buyers

& # 39; If you say you have a waterfall at home, most people think you have a pond with a water feature, & # 39; said Mrs. Kristensen.

& # 39; But when they see it for the first time, you really see people's faces light up.

& # 39; It's a bit surreal, you sometimes feel in Bali, & # 39; she added.

David Vaughan who works for real estate agents Nelson Alexander said that the & # 39; aesthetics & # 39; of the property a & # 39; real appeal & # 39; had turned out to be potential buyers.

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