EXPRESSION OF INTEREST - CLOSES 12TH MAY AT 12NOON
COASTAL LIFESTYLE IN THE HEART OF THE VILLAGE
Among the first of its kind right in the heart of the Mornington Peninsula's prestigious Mount Eliza Village, this luxury 2 bedroom apartment introduces cosmopolitan class and convenience to this much-envied seaside suburb.
In this exciting new development built over Manyung Gallery, a pilates studio and village boutiques, the apartment opens a unique lifestyle to the Peninsula, Just step out of the lift in to the incredible atmosphere of the village with its restaurants, boutiques, supermarkets and services if the Village.
With a glass-roof gated entry to the lift courtyard and rear laneway access to a remote-controlled basement parking with storage cage, the home is part of an exclusive boutique complex built to perfection by custom builders Rayco Constructions.
Step inside the apartment to connect with the coast. The floor-plan is simple but spectacular with spacious open plan living and dining with oak flooring, high ceilings, a gas fireplace and a lovely flow out to a balcony for enjoying the alfresco space and sweeping views of the bay.
The kitchen is perfect for entertaining and includes Dekton benchtops, Miele appliances, a French-door fridge, wine fridge and soft-closing drawers, while the full laundry comes complete with a Bosch washer and dryer.
Ideal for professional couples, down-sizers, holiday makers or small modern families who want to live life to the very fullest, the home includes a master ensuite, 2nd bedroom with a 2-way ensuite bathroom, central study area, ducted heating and cooling, audio-visual intercom entry and solar power.
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Block Size:1022 m²*
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