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VCAT Approves Construction of Luxury Home Overlooking Controversial Mount Martha Beach

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Wednesday, 06 July 2011 00:00

EXHIBITIONIST sunbakers and adventurist gays visiting Mount Eliza’s Sunnyside beaches might have to contend with the sight and sound of construction workers for a few years longer.

Millionaire horse trainer Jonathan Munz has successfully lobbied the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal for a permit to build a luxury home and tennis court on a waterfront piece of his landmark Pinecliff horse training complex – near another home that was demolished in 2006.

Pinecliff, at 55-75 Sunnyside Road is on Green Wedge Zone 3 land near the YMCA’s Manyung Recreation Camp, the Morning Star Winery and Mornington Golf Club (an image of the Mount Martha coast, above).

Last Updated on Wednesday, 06 July 2011 17:17
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Mount Martha's Glynt Manor Hits Market Again

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Sunday, 15 August 2010 01:02

Glynt ManorMOUNT Martha’s iconic Glynt Manor has hit the market, again, with a private sale price of $6.5 million.

The distinctive 1910 mansion, built by the establishment Henty family and later owned by the Buxtons, originally stood on 28 hectares, and was expected to fetch close to $7 million when it hit the market in March.

Earlier this year Glynt Manor appeared in several episodes of SBS documentary Demitri’s Castle.

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