A natural setting with bush and coast to enjoy

June 28, 2024 BY

Natural Real Estate has recently listed an incredible property on Gundrys Road, providing home hunters with a rare opportunity to make this part of the coast their home.

The Bellbrae hinterland has much to offer those looking to live more sustainably in a natural environment close to the Great Ocean Road and the coast.

The Gundrys Road precinct has to be one of the most sought-after areas for lifestyle living with the road ending at the gateway to the Otway National Park.

With low traffic, large acreage holdings, and a pristine native environment, Gundrys Road residents are in it for the long hall, rarely letting go of their own private retreat.

Natural Real Estate has recently listed an incredible property on Gundrys Road, providing home hunters with a rare opportunity to make this part of the coast their home.

Located at 425 Gundrys Road on just under 8 acres, the spacious home rests at the rear of the block offering a serene drive through “forever wild” native bushland, setting the scene that culminates in a home perfectly integrated with its natural surroundings.

Natural Real Estate’s Olivia Swann said the scenic 300m driveway was a breathtaking introduction to the property.

“As you turn off Gundrys Road and wind through a canopy of trees, the picturesque outlook sets the tone for what awaits.

“Crafted to embrace natural light, the home is bathed in winter sunlight, which warms the luxurious black Italian porcelain tiles.


“In the summer, the design ingeniously minimises heat, ensuring a comfortable living environment year-round.

“This versatile property is ideal for a diverse range of buyers, whether you’re a family seeking a spacious retreat, holidaymakers looking for a serene getaway or retirees searching for tranquillity, this home offers something for everyone.

“Cherished by the same family for a quarter of a century, this lovingly maintained home is ready to bring joy to its next owners.”

This property enjoys its own private nature reserve with approximately 7.9 acres of land, plus an adjoining area of approximately 47 acres of protected “remnant bush”, common property boasting walking trails and diverse wildlife.

The home’s functional layout features space for two living areas, dining, and three bedrooms including an ensuite master, plus a main bathroom and a home office/fourth bedroom, perfect for family living or a weekend retreat.

Experience the home’s idyllic northern aspect, with heat-absorbing black Italian por

celain tiles and floor-to-ceiling double-glazed windows, showcasing tranquil bush and native garden views.


The eco-credentials are assured with a solar PV array, superior insulation, solar hot water and low-energy lighting. Shading has been arranged to allow maximum winter sunlight and minimum summer heat, ensuring energy efficiency and low utility costs.

The home is equipped with two ovens, ideal for hosting and everyday cooking, a walk-in pantry, and a large Masport wood heater providing warmth and ambience, complimented by split system airconditioning for year-round comfort.

Additional practicalities include a double garage with workshop space, a 45,000L water tank and the security of a fire bunker, enhancing both convenience and safety.

Ideally located just 10 minutes from iconic Bells Beach and within a short drive to Geelong, Anglesea, and Torquay townships, along with local schools nearby.

425 Gundrys Road offers the best of coastal charm and city convenience.

For more information, phone Olivia Swann at Natural Real Estate on 0499 053 114.

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