This Mornington Peninsula home is stuck in the 1960s and proud of it

This Mornington Peninsula home is stuck in the 1960s and proud of it


A Victorian property listing complete with bright flower wallpaper and chequerboard floors has hit the market, offering buyers a slice of 1960’s inspired nostalgia.

Located at 77 Ninth Avenue, Rosebud the property is currently tenanted, having previously served as a personal retreat and short-term rental.

Photo: Marshall White

The current owners told realestate.com.au that they had a passion for the 1960s.

They worked hard to retain the original character of the home during renovations, even installing period-correct furniture.

“By trade I’m a hairdresser and I always wanted to do up a shop or salon, it was just a dream and it all fell into place,” owner Jane Farrell told realestate.com.au.

“Friends of my husband have said it’s like a museum.”

Ms Farrell and husband Mark purchased the property in 2013 for $320,000.

The current price guide calls for offers of between $670,000 and $735,000.

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Photo: Marshall White

Features of the two-bedroom property include double-hung timber sash windows and a wood heater.

There’s a single lock up garage, split system air conditioning and built-in wardrobes to both bedrooms.

The lounge room features turquoise walls and the outdoor toilet features a wall decoupaged with cutouts from 1960s magazines.

The property is located about 500m from the shoreline and sits on a 496sq m block.

Currently leased on a month-to-month tenancy, it brings in $1820 per month.

Marshall White Mornington Peninsula has the listing, with expressions of interest closing February 7.



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