5 Somme Avenue Frankston

$1.75M - $185M

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Neatly nestled amongst other multi-million-dollar homes on Oliver's Hill lays this towering 4 bedroom residence with exquisite bay and city views from almost every room.

Distinctly unique to the area this late 80's state of art architectural masterpiece is filled with plenty of flair and waiting for your personal touch. Built and designed to the most exacting standards and inspired by a captain's bridge, this home suits those looking to move into a lifestyle property with the beach, sweet water creek, walking tracks and Frankston CBD all at your doorstep.

The flexible floor plan offers:

4 spacious bedrooms all enjoying private balconies offering bay views (master with walk in robe and spa ensuite)
Ground floor living area with sliding door access to a private garden with the added flexibility to use as a home office
Vast 2nd floor open plan living area with sweeping bay, city and coastal views
Family sized guest bathrooms for the 1st and 2nd level
Chef-Inspired open plan kitchen with marble benches
Massive 4 car garage with internal access to the ground floor
Gas ducted heating and evaporative cooling plus a 7kw Solar System
Fully landscaped low maintenance 702sqm (approx.) block
Located within the Frankston High School Zone
Short 45 minute drive to Melbourne CBD

In such a desirable Frankston locale, enjoying 34 internal squares, be quick to enquire and discuss securing your beachside abode today and begin to enjoy the breath-taking views of the Peninsula and relaxing on the terrace by night taking in the twinkling city lights.

We look forward to seeing you at our open for inspections!


Property Features

  • Land Size : 702.00 m2
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Property ID: 3264353

James Crowder

James Crowder


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Contact Office

James Crowder Community Real Estate

Shop 7/20-22 Ranelagh Drive


T 03 9708 8667

F 03 9708 8669

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