Located in Brighton's Golden Mile with the sand at your door at Brighton Yacht Club and Baths just a boardwalk away, this immaculately presented art deco beauty has enjoyed a stunning and stylish renovation.
Featuring expansive formal living room with split-level dining room opening onto blue stone paved entertaining terrace, a timeless open-plan kitchen features stone bench tops and 900mm stainless steel appliances with family, living and meals area facing a picturesque garden setting.
5 bedrooms in total – a huge master bedroom complete with loads of robes, full ensuite and an enormous sun filled breakfast deck with views towards the bay. Three further bedrooms upstairs feature built in robes, one with sun room, views of the bay and Brighton Marina, plus a central bathroom.
This splendid family home comes complete with over 500sqm of fully landscaped private grounds, ducted heating, cooling, polished floorboards, storage and parking for up to 5 cars. Ideally located close to Church and Bay Streets, Dendy Beach, Brighton Yacht Club, the Baths Restaurant, gym and swimming facilities, and a fantastic array of schools, this is truly a first class location.
Leased at $8,500 p/cm until 03/02/2023.
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Paul Castran – 0418 313 038 Scott Banks – 0411 700 099
Conjunctional agent: Scott Banks Real Estate Group P/L Level 1/459 Toorak Road Toorak
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