Excellence from first to last
Hazelview, located at 1415 Arthurs Creek Road, Doreen, Victoria, truly is the pinnacle of equine and lifestyle excellence.
Sitting comfortably in the undulating Victorian countryside, Hazelview was the pre-training home for Melbourne Cup winner Americain.
A turn-key operation with 188 acres (over two titles) of superior equine facilities and prestige living, the property has the versatility to adapt to any equine or agricultural pursuit. The possibilities truly are limitless.
Hazelview is more than a stud farm and pre-training facility, it offers an equine lifestyle like no other. Facilities include a 900 meter granitic sand track, a six horse auto trainer, state of the art barns, a dressage arena, and pasture improved eastern facing paddocks, all with electrified post and rail fencing.
Additionally, there is a quarantine facility, breeding and stallion barns, a round yard and walker, 20 sheltered walk-in/walk-out stalls, flood lit foaling paddocks, a veterinary lab, staff residences and offices, machinery sheds and six garages. Blessed with being located in a high rainfall area and with seven dams across the property, water supply is never an issue.
The stunning 2,395sqm Bruce Henderson architecturally designed main residence includes a caretaker’s wing; a tennis court and putting green; an eight recliner cinema; games room; an indoor pool and gym; and an underground, temperature controlled, 1,000 bottle capacity wine cellar. There is also an extensive terrace and a private lake complete with its own beach and a jetty.
With five bedrooms and six bathrooms, entertaining guests poses no problems. Spacious and light-filled, the home offers extensive views across the property.
The elegant but functional kitchen is well-equipped, and multiple living areas, including two dining rooms, invite rest and relaxation. Quality and luxury are hallmarks of this home.
Located just over 30 minutes from Melbourne Airport and the Yarra Valley, and just 45 minutes to Melbourne’s cosmopolitan CBD, Hazelview is undeniably a one-off property.