Celebrity Homes

Tania Buckley lists Toorak mansion for $18 million

Tania Buckley, the former wife of Collingwood football legend Nathan Buckley, has listed her luxurious Toorak home for sale, eyeing an $18 million deal.

The move comes as she pursues her dream of owning a vineyard and embarks on a new chapter in her life.

Situated in the prestigious Stonehaven Court, the mansion boasts five bedrooms and was acquired by the Buckleys in 2007 for just under $4 million, according to the Herald Sun.

Since her high-profile separation from Nathan Buckley in 2020, Tania has been living in the 3142 postcode property with her two sons, Jett and Ayce, nurturing them through their involvement in the Australian Kart Championships.

Tania expresses her excitement about her future endeavors, including a major design project that will feature her inaugural vineyard.

“I can’t wait to see how a move and the future unfolds for our family,” she stated.

The decision to sell the property, which Tania retained after the divorce, surprised many real estate enthusiasts.

The asking price ranges from $16.8 to $18 million, reflecting its luxury and exclusivity. Ross

Savas and Jamie Mi of Kay & Burton, renowned for handling high-end properties, are managing the sale.

Once home to the Swiss consul, this two-storey Tudor revival residence is set on about 1233sq m, with key features including impressively scaled rooms with soaring ceilings, French smoked oak herringbone floors, a Chemise Philippe fireplace, travertine, steel framed doors, designer wallpaper and soft furnishings.

In the kitchen, a vast travertine island serves as a casual dining area or breakfast bar, while the French Lancanche Range combines aesthetics and performance with two ovens and a seven burner cooktop.

Other features include a 500-bottle wine room, outdoor entertaining area, swimming pool and basketball court.

The Toorak mansion is nestled against Clendon Rd, indicating its blue-chip status.

It shares the neighbourhood with other prestigious properties, including that of former Essendon president Paul Little.

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