Tradewinds – Lorne

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This sophisticated mid-century home sits on the cliff in North Lorne, perfect for those who want something a little more private and enjoy the finer things in life... read more.

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19 Trade Winds Avenue, Lorne, VIC, 3232
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ELUX Accommodation

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This sophisticated mid-century home sits on the cliff in North Lorne, perfect for those who want something a little more private and enjoy the finer things in life. Tradewinds is perfect for a memorable summer escape. You’ll find five sun-drenched bedrooms, four bathrooms, an inviting hilltop magnesium pool and – the single greatest feature – sprawling, uninterrupted views of the ocean.

The location is special – a short 20-minute walk from town if you feel like getting amongst the hustle and bustle or a quick 2-minute walk down your own private path if you want to avoid the crowds and take a dip in the pristine waters of North Lorne.

Tradewinds is well equipped with multiple outdoor and indoor living zones – you can take your pick of 4 balconies to enjoy a quiet morning coffee, or play some chess in the sitting room before your afternoon dip in the pool.

The property is split into four main areas, the poolside zone, the main house, ‘The Studio’ and ‘The Honeymoon Suite’.

The main house is all about the expansive open plan living area that is fitted out with all its original mid-century furniture, warm plush carpets (shoes off please) are a throwback in time and provide a canvas for the abundant natural light.

Location

Facilities

  • Barbeque
  • Swimming Pool

All Things To Do

Places To Eat & Drink

Wando Lodge Wines

Casterton

Conlans Wine Store

Port Fairy

The Captain of Aireys

Aireys Inlet

LittleCrumb Bakery

Apollo Bay

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