Block size: 2502 m² approx.House size: 57 m² approx.
Embracing the grandeur and charm of yesteryear, this magnificent circa 1930s residence presents a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to secure your very own piece of history. A short stroll to the beach and Sweetwater Creek, the north-facing Olivers Hill property on nearly two thirds of an acre (approx.) delivers opulence and exquisite craftsmanship with a majestic entrance, decorative ceilings up to 11ft/3.3m high, ornate details, hardwood floors and five open fireplaces. Capturing glimpses of Port Phillip Bay, the five-bedroom, three-bathroom home is designed to host unforgettable gatherings with formal lounge/dining rooms and a grand ballroom flowing out onto picture-perfect gardens. Completing this extraordinary package is a resplendent master suite, traditional bathrooms with clawfoot baths, a theatre room, private guest wing, home office, studio/gymnasium with double garage plus garage with workshop. On offer for only the second time, this remarkable property located within the coveted Frankston High School zone is truly something special.
* Historic beachside residence (circa 1930s) * Decorative high ceilings & ornate detailing * Grand ballroom, theatre room & studio/gym * North-facing property with bay glimpses * Granite kitchen with freestanding Ilve cooker * Elegant formal lounge/dining rooms * 5 open fireplaces & 2 clawfoot baths * Master suite with dressing room & en suite * Private guest wing including en suite * 3-car garage, workshop & secure gates * Short walk to beach & Sweetwater Creek * Within Frankston High School zone
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