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Single-level spaciousness is superb in this four-bedroom and study home, with a focus on effortless indoor-outdoor living and exceptional zoning. It’s also brilliantly located for families who want to be an easy walk to Hampton Primary School, Haileybury, St Leonard’s College and Brighton Secondary College, and Hampton Street’s shops, cafes and train station. Crafted by Highview Homes to merge classic architecture with contemporary essentials, the family room opens out to a large pool, spa and outdoor decked room, and the zoned lounge is a sun-filled retreat with a window seat and garden views. This is tailormade for entertaining, with an additional north-facing deck and barbecue space outside the kitchen and meals area. The big study makes it easy to work from home with four workstations, built-in storage, and natural light streaming in through north-facing windows. The open-plan kitchen includes a high pitched ceiling to provide extra natural warmth and light, and a large oven with a five-burner cooktop. You can look out to the pool and garden from the main bedroom, which also features an ensuite and walk-in wardrobe. Enjoy the relaxed vibe of this cared-for home and garden, thoughtfully designed and updated with screened bifold doors in the family room, ducted cooling and heating, solid timber floors, and a double garage with additional two-car parking. An outstanding opportunity to live near many leisure destinations, including Castlefield Reserve and Cornerstone & Co café around the corner, Thomas Street Reserve’s adventure playground, Sillitoe, Simpson and Wishart Reserves, Brighton Golf Course and Dendy Park.
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    Auction time
    24 Feb
    12:30 pm
    Inspection times
    21 Feb
    06:30 pm - 07:00 pm
    24 Feb
    12:00 pm - 12:30 pm
    Family Oasis for a Relaxed Lifestyle
    Family Oasis for a Relaxed Lifestyle
    Single-level spaciousness is superb in this four-bedroom and study home, with a focus on effortless indoor-outdoor living and exceptional zoning. It’s also brilliantly located for families who want to be an easy walk to Hampton Primary School, Haileybury, St Leonard’s College and Brighton Secondary College, and Hampton Street’s shops, cafes and train station. Crafted by Highview Homes to merge classic architecture with contemporary essentials, the family room opens out to a large pool, spa and outdoor decked room, and the zoned lounge is a sun-filled retreat with a window seat and garden views. This is tailormade for entertaining, with an additional north-facing deck and barbecue space outside the kitchen and meals area. The big study makes it easy to work from home with four workstations, built-in storage, and natural light streaming in through north-facing windows. The open-plan kitchen includes a high pitched ceiling to provide extra natural warmth and light, and a large oven with a five-burner cooktop. You can look out to the pool and garden from the main bedroom, which also features an ensuite and walk-in wardrobe. Enjoy the relaxed vibe of this cared-for home and garden, thoughtfully designed and updated with screened bifold doors in the family room, ducted cooling and heating, solid timber floors, and a double garage with additional two-car parking. An outstanding opportunity to live near many leisure destinations, including Castlefield Reserve and Cornerstone & Co café around the corner, Thomas Street Reserve’s adventure playground, Sillitoe, Simpson and Wishart Reserves, Brighton Golf Course and Dendy Park. Due Diligence Checklist
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    $2,377,500
    2 bedroom
    $1,437,000
    3 bedroom
    $1,827,500
    4 bedroom
    $2,572,500
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    Life moves at a different pace in Melbourne’s lesser-known seaside suburb of Hampton. With its own sandy beach on the fringe of Port Phillip Bay, locals regularly flock to the coast for a swim – and on clear days you will catch breathtaking views of the Bellarine Peninsula across the water. Hampton truly comes alive on the weekends when you can enjoy a stroll on the sand before grazing at a plethora of adored local haunts, from bustling cafes and delicatessens to eclectic cocktail bars.

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    Life moves at a different pace in Melbourne’s lesser-known seaside suburb of Hampton.
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