4 Mount Eliza Way Mount Eliza
$1.98M - $2.1M
WHAT DREAMS ARE MADE OF...
An exceedingly rare offering this close to the very heart of Mt Eliza village, the family dream awaits in this luxury 5 bedroom manor on 2/3 acre (approx) lavishly accessorised with a lagoon pool, spa and tennis court for the ultimate in resort-style living.
Set behind dual gated entry and a circular driveway, the Cape Cod-inspired architecture showcases a steep gabled roofline, dormers and multi-paned windows, which work in striking harmony with the lush tailored gardens, while beyond the formal entryway, space and light are amplified throughout the home.
Spread over 2 levels, the floorplan flaunts a sumptuous formal lounge with bay windows and toasty gas log fireplace spilling into the formal dining zone, with a second expansive living area on the upper level with polished timber floors, home theatre screen and projector setting the perfect scene of Friday-night movies with a glass of wine and bowl of popcorn.
Well-befitting a home of this calibre, the elegant kitchen with gloss cabinetry, dual ovens, dishwasher and casual meals area is beautifully equipped for entertaining and flows out to vast covered alfresco patio with bistro blinds overlooking the swimming pool, spa and tennis court beyond.
2 master bedrooms with modern ensuites (including one with spa) effortlessly cater to contemporary creature comforts for householders and overnight guests alike, while a 3rd bathroom, study, airconditioning and a double garage with remote and internal access tick every single item off the wish list.
An easy walk to Toorak College and the village cafes for Sunday brunch, this exceptional package is just a few minutes drive to a selection of golden bay beaches.
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James Crowder Community Real Estate
Shop 7/20-22 Ranelagh Drive
MOUNT ELIZA 3930
T 03 9708 8667
F 03 9708 8669
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