Lost star Emilie de Ravin lists her Mornington Peninsula estate for an eye-watering $3.2million
Lost star Emilie de Ravin, 41, and her partner Eric Bilitch are selling off their estate on Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula.
Located in Balnarring, 83kms from Melbourne, the sprawling Seventies-era home features four bedrooms and four bathrooms.
The prestige property, which also boasts two self-contained guest houses, has been listed with a price range of $2.995m-$3,294,500.
Holiday rentals on the property are worth $100,000-a-year reports the Herald Sun, while the median house price in Balnarring is $1,325,000.
According to the report, the previous owners totally renovated the site, including construction of the two guest homes.
Highlights on the 1.5 acres site include a beautifully maintained native garden, vegetable patch and a ‘yard’ of fruit and citrus trees.
Featuring a spacious open-plan design, the main dwelling has multiple al fresco dining areas and a wood-burning fireplace.
There’s also a massive kitchen boasting a stone-island breakfast bench, top-of-the-range appliances, a wine fridge and a butler’s pantry.
Other highlights include a pergola, fire pit and spa.
Each of the two separate dwellings are large enough to host four guests and are totally self-sufficient and include a single bathroom and kitchen and laundry facilities.
Emilie appeared in Home and Away before rising to fame as Claire in the US series Lost, which ran from 2004-2010,
She recently starred in the ABC series Once Upon a Time.
She shares two children with her American-born partner Eric Bilitch, a director. In 2016 they welcomed their first child Vera, a daughter.
The couple welcomed a son in 2018, Theodore and in March, 2023, the lovebirds announced they are expecting a third child.