Blue Chip Beachfront Living With Cinematic Water Views
Showcasing panoramic Western Port views taking in Phillip Island and The Nobbies through to Flinders, this superb waterfront two-storey three bedroom 2.5 bathroom residence is wrapped within 2850sqm (approx.) of manicured grounds with gate access to the foreshore reserve and beach and offers a coastal lifestyle of privilege.
Contemporary yet timeless in design, set deep into the block for privacy and embracing entertaining, this home is enjoyable to live in day by day and accommodating for large scale celebrations. The light and airy interiors complement the relaxed beach setting with a mix of two-storey and vaulted ceilings, and polished Tasmanian Oak floorboards; while large windows throughout ensure the sea view, garden greenery and visiting birdlife are ever present.
The three principle living zones all extend through to the landscaped gardens and entertaining terraces for superior functionality and seamless indoor-outdoor assimilation; while a sitting room with integrated study is poised on the upper-level to take in the incredible water and coastal vista in its entirety.
A spacious rumpus room with wine storage extends to a sun splashed north-east facing dining courtyard overlooking the great lawn, while an elegant formal living and dining wing features a open fireplace and access to the surrounding alfresco entertaining areas. A family living and dining wing with a Coonara wood burning fireplace and double French doors to the garden and sea viewing entertaining, forms the heart of the home and is overseen by a granite kitchen with St George appliances and walk-in pantry.
The main bedroom is located on the ground-floor and features a walk-in robe, spa ensuite and serene views across the roses to the water; while two further fitted bedrooms are zoned on the top-floor in their own private area with front and rear balconies taking in the spectacular scenery, spa bathroom and retreat.
Appointed for year round comfort, the home also features a double remote garage, large carport perfect for a caravan or boat, powder room, split system heating and air conditioning, ducted vacuum, wool carpet, two water tanks and a freshly painted façade and roof.
Within a short stroll to Somers General store and primary school and with the beach beckoning from your doorstep, this beautiful home captures everything that is special about beachside living while enjoying convenient access to Balnarring Village and the Peninsulas many restaurants, wineries, golf courses and water based activities.
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