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An incredible resort-style Victorian estate with a swim-up bar, 12-seat cinema and separate wing for the kids has hit the market.

An incredible resort-style Victorian estate with a swim-up bar, 12-seat cinema and separate wing for the kids has hit the market. 

The four-bedroom mansion at 10 Logan Court in Lysterfield, in Melbourne's east, has a price guide of $3.7-$4.07million and includes a wealth of high-end features.

The property in the esteemed Carrington Estate has three distinct wings, with separate zones for children, entertaining and privacy across the expansive compound.

Barry Plant Rowville director Brenton Wilson says that the home had endless potential.

'If you entertain, you’re well catered for,' he said. 'If you have a large or blended family, you’re well catered for.'

The property in the esteemed Carrington Estate has three distinct wings, as well as a tennis court and private putting green (pictured)

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The residence features an expansive open plan dining room stretching out to the enormous swimming pool and alfresco living area which has a wood fire pizza oven, barbecue and an extensive poolside bar. 

The poolside bar is one of two bars, with the second located in the luxurious cinema room.

'It is probably the funkiest bar I have seen in my 30 years of real estate,' Mr Wilson said.

The impressive master suite comes with a walk-in dressing room, private balcony, ensuite and spa with a fitted study and north-facing lounge area.

Downstairs there is a private gym and sauna, along with a games room and a children's retreat. There is also an incredible 16-car garage.

'If you’re a motoring enthusiast or any other enthusiast, the massive garage has a multitude of uses,' Mr Wilson said.

'It could be the ultimate man cave or games room — the possibilities are endless.'

Outdoor features include a full-size tennis court with floodlights for night time matches and a putting green for golf enthusiasts.

If 10 Logan Court reaches the peak of its asking price, the home will become the second most expensive property in Lysterfield, after 511 Belgrave-Hallam Road was sold two years ago for $4.8million.

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