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Feeling bored? Go for an indoor swim

A stunning Olinda house with its very own indoor, spring water pool and spa has officially hit the market with a price guide of $2.4-$2.64 million.

According to realestate.com.au, the four-bedroom, 1.38ha property is located in the Dandenong Ranges in central-south Victoria and feeds in water from its own private spring to operate the luxurious indoor pool.

The property also backs onto its own forest boasting 300 pine trees planted by the previous owner.

The incredible home was built in the 1980s by a wealthy glass manufacturer, taking about five years to complete.

Missell Property Group Director Craig Missell said the home feels like a luxury getaway.

“It’s a lovely property, one of those you walk into and just feel a nice presence, it actually feels a little resort-y, you walk in there and it’s quite calming,” Mr Missell told realestate.com.au.

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According to the official listing, the architecturally designed home boasts four bedrooms, three bathrooms and a variety of inviting living spaces. 

The rumpus/games room is perfect for entertaining or family bonding, while a separate study offers a serene area for work or leisure. 

Set on more than 3.7 acres of picturesque rolling hills, a Sequoias Redwood forest, and natural springs, the property offers stunning views and a tranquil atmosphere. 

Unique to this property is the ability to commercially source and bottle its own spring water, presenting a valuable investment opportunity. 

Other features include a commercial multi-purpose shed, four large water tanks, and the perfect balance of privacy and seclusion, all within easy access to essential amenities.

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Mr Missell said the owners actually supplied Olinda Springs bottled water with their product.

“There are two very big water tanks that collect the natural spring water, then it’s pumped right to the top of the house to another really large set of tanks, then it filters through to the house and to a very large shed where they bottle the water,” he said.

“Because they’re actually licensed to sell this water, the council have designated an area outside the property on the main road as a truck pick-up area, so they can park there and pick the water up.”

Mr Missell said potential buyers in the health and nutrition game had expressed interest ahead of its first inspection on the weekend.

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Rowan Crosby

Rowan Crosby is a senior journalist at Elite Agent specialising in finance and real estate.

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