Directly opposite John Paul College, yet intelligently secluded for optimum privacy, this captivating 4-bedroom + study renovated family home offers timeless appeal and a lifetime location. Enjoy the contemporary ease of a stunning renovation throughout, where plush carpet, timber and tiled floors and lovely natural light will delight. Three living areas over two zoned levels offer formal and informal enjoyment, with the open-plan family room overseen by the sleek, stone-topped kitchen appointed with quality stainless steel appliances and glass splashback. Open the home to an entertainers' oasis, with a large alfresco area offering endless enjoyment complete with outdoor spa and large backyard fit for the kids to run amok! Quiet and secluded, the four generous bedrooms (three with BIR's) include the master suite with a renovated ensuite, BIR's and inverter split system, while the upstairs bedroom and adjoining rumpus room invite the perfect getaway for older children. A separate study, family bathroom, ducted heating, refrigerated cooling, CCTV security/alarm plus a single garage, double carport and plenty of off-street parking for caravans and trailers offers a unique retreat in the heart of it all! Lush landscaping completes the picture, footsteps to bus services, minutes to freeway access, Frankston CBD, trains and Bayside shopping centre with the beach within easy reach.
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