Architecturally designed, this mid century modernist home captures a stunning sense of nature in the heart of Frankston South with this resort-style ¾ acre (approx 3182m2) oasis walking distance to Derinya Primary School, Woodleigh Junior School and within the Frankston High School Zone.
This is a home flooded with natural light and framed in sprawling gardens that encase a solar-heated pool and a large covered poolside entertaining terrace.
The indoor-outdoor vibe continues to a luxurious under-cover outdoor spa with an adjacent built-in gas barbecue.
Fall in love with the north-facing picture windows that gaze over the private landscape below and capture a delightful glimpse of Port Phillip Bay.
Walk to reserves and childcare and enjoy exceptional tranquillity shielded from street view behind a circular driveway.
An entry with soaring ceilings sets a grand first impression, leading to window-walled living and dining spaces beneath soaring vaulted ceilings.
Functional zoning places the spacious master suite at one end of the floorplan, and secondary accommodation plus a study in the western wing.
A modernised central kitchen adds culinary allure, complete with stone counters, an induction cooktop, a Franke white granite sink and a stone-topped butlers pantry with laundry facilities.
Other features include a high carport with a remote roller door and drive-through access to a double garage with a carport at the rear of the property, ducted gas heating, a gas wall furnace, split system air-conditioning, solar panels, a powder room, new flooring, a family spa bath, a cubby and a garden shed. A property that is waiting for the next owner to add some personal touches and make their own
FEATURES Tranquil ¾ acre 3182m2 approx nature oasis in the heart of Frankston South Architectural Mid Century Modernist Design Resort-style living walking distance to Derinya Primary School Within the Frankston High School Zone, walking distance to reserves and childcare Solar-heated pool and a large covered poolside entertaining terrace Under-cover outdoor spa with an adjacent built-in gas barbecue Wall of north-facing picture windows capturing a glimpse of Port Phillip Bay Exceptional tranquillity shielded from street view behind a circular driveway Window-walled living and dining spaces beneath soaring vaulted ceilings Privately zoned, spacious master bedroom with a full ensuite and a walk-in robe Secondary bedrooms, a spa bathroom and a study in the western wing Stone kitchen with an induction cooktop, a Franke sink and a stone butlers pantry/laundry High carport with a remote door and drive-through access to a double garage with a carport Ducted gas heating, gas wall furnace, split system air-conditioning Solar panels, powder room, new flooring, a cubby and a garden shed Ready for the new owners to add some personal touches and make their own
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