With fabulous Frankston zoning that puts this address on the map, this 4 bedroom home offers generous space and rare affordability for families, renovators and those who need all services within a stones throw.
An easy stroll to Towerhill shops and takeaways, this is a position highly sought for its proximity to Frankston Hospital, Monash University, the aquatic centre, train station and all that Frankstons beachside city centre has to offer.
Ideal for families young and old or those in search of a lifestyle of convenience and weekends on the beach, the home provides abundant space inside and out as well as exciting opportunity to extend, enhance and modernise in an area that always holds high interest.
With a verandah, multi-paned windows and sheer drapes providing elegance, the home includes an L-shaped lounge and formal dining areas and a separate family room with floorboards beneath carpet that could be used in an easy refurbishment.
A timber grain kitchen with stainless-steel appliances also presents fabulous scope to open into the family room, while a kitchen door gives easy access to a paved alfresco area overlooking the rear gardens with an extensive vegetable garden, sandpit, garden shed and wonderful space for a childrens playground.
Enjoying a quiet no-through road in Frankston Heights estate, the home also includes a master ensuite and walk-in robe, ducted heating and an open ended carport with front roller door.
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