1 Hopes Rise Frankston
A PIECE OF SEASIDE HISTORY WITH BAY VIEWS
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Set on the scenic climb of Olivers Hill with panoramic views over Frankstons coastline to Port Phillip Bay and Melbournes city skyline, this iconic landmark property is the chance to own one of the baysides enchanting early homes.
Just steps to a broad sandy beach and directly opposite the boat ramp and boardwalk leading to Frankston city centre for a great choice of restaurants, entertainment and endless shopping, this is a rare opportunity to buy a lifestyle property steeped in history.
Filled with striking art deco features with high ceilings, picture rails and sash windows with wide sills, the 3 bedroom clinker brick residence enjoys surreal water views from almost every room where you can see the changing mood of the bay from the lounge and watch as the coastal lights put on a twinkling show after dusk.
Inside, a flowing open plan includes grand lounge and dining rooms, while updates over the years have added a high quality granite kitchen with Gaggenau appliances, a master ensuite and walk-in robe, ducted heating and air conditioning.
Set on a 671m2 (approx.) allotment behind a sweeping dual driveway, the home also includes an art deco-style bathroom, sunny rear breakfast terrace, lower level garage, storage room and fabulous scope to further update, modernised or transform the property.
In the highly regarded Frankston High School zone, the property is just moments to George Pentland Botanical Gardens, Sweetwater Creek Nature Reserve trails, Frankston Hospital, Monash University, Frankston Arts Centre and sporting clubs.
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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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