Situated in one of Port Phillip Bay's most coveted locations, this unique property boasts a 220-degree panoramic view stretching from Mount Dandenong to Melbourne's city skyline and beyond. The home, designed by renowned architect Horace Tribe, enjoys a prime Olivers Hill address just steps from the beach.
Perched on a 464m2 (approx.) north-facing lot, this character-filled residence offers an exciting opportunity to restore the 1950s home to its former splendor or start afresh to create the ultimate seaside retreat (subject to council approval). The property exudes charm with nautical-inspired touches, featuring ample natural light, large picture windows, sun-drenched balconies, and a spacious living room complete with a grand open fireplace.
Additional highlights include a versatile sitting room, which can serve as a third bedroom and includes a wood-burning stove. The home also retains its original kitchen, two bathrooms, a delightful rear garden with stone features, built-in cabinetry, a double garage, and substantial concrete foundations. This remarkable property is located within the sought-after Frankston High School zone. It's also conveniently close to shops, cafes, independent schools, and transportation.
This is an exceptional opportunity to own a character-filled Olivers Hill residence with captivating views of Port Phillip Bay, designed by the renowned architect Horace Tribe, offering the potential for renovation or rebuilding, and all within a highly desirable location close to the beach, schools, and amenities. Due Diligence Checklist