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Ross Noble is selling his family home on the Mornington Peninsula with a pool and children’s retreat

Comedian Ross Noble puts his stunning Australian home – complete with a pool and a ‘children’s upstairs retreat’ – on the market for nearly $3million

  • Ross Noble is hoping to fetch $2.85million for his four bedroom Mt Eliza home 
  • The home features a swimming pool, bungalow, and open living and dining area
  • Noble gushed about the stunning location, saying ‘this is how people live’ 

English comedian Ross Noble has put his stunning family home on the market in Victoria’s Mornington Peninsula.

Noble has been living in the Mount Eliza property with his wife Fran and two children for 18 months and has recently bought at a nearby site to build a new home.

The family had initially planned to stay longer in Mount Eliza, but are now hoping to fetch $2.85million for their four-bedroom house.

Noble’s property features a gorgeous outdoor swimming pool and alfresco terrace

The open plan living area flows through the kitchen and dining space to a large outdoor setting

The open plan living area flows through the kitchen and dining space to a large outdoor setting

Ross Noble (pictured) is an award winning British comedian and actor

Ross Noble (pictured) is an award winning British comedian and actor

The home features a huge swimming pool and bungalow, with an open living, kitchen and dining area that flows out into an alfresco terrace.

The 43-year-old gushed about the location, telling the Herald Sun ‘this is how people live’.

‘From where we are, you can walk down to the beach and the shops,’ Noble said.

The property last sold in 2017 for $2.51million

The property last sold in 2017 for $2.51million

Noble gushed about the stunning house and location, saying 'this is how people live'

Noble gushed about the stunning house and location, saying ‘this is how people live’

Noble is a motorcycle fanatic and has regularly lived out in rural bushland areas with ample space for him to ride around his estate on his bikes. 

‘We’d always lived right out in the countryside. I’ve never been able to walk to the shops or get food delivered, or anything like that,’ he said.  

The family lost a house in St Andrews, north-east of Melbourne, in the Black Saturday bush fires of 2009.

The 1,791 square meter property is located a 10-minute bus journey from Frankston Station, which offers easy connections to Melbourne CBD.

Noble hopes to have chickens, horses and miniature donkeys at his new residence.

The property last sold in 2017 for $2.51million. 

The family had planned to stay longer, but have recently bought at another site on the Mornington Peninsula

The family had planned to stay longer, but have recently bought at another site on the Mornington Peninsula

Noble is are hoping to reach $2.85million for the four-bedroom house

Noble is are hoping to reach $2.85million for the four-bedroom house

Noble (pictured) is a motorcycle fanatic and as a result has regularly lived out in rural bushland areas with ample space for him to ride around his estate on his bikes

Noble (pictured) is a motorcycle fanatic and as a result has regularly lived out in rural bushland areas with ample space for him to ride around his estate on his bikes

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