Frankston South garden haven a green thumb’s dream

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A buyer can sit back and relax at 40 Bartlett St, Frankston South.

Incredible gardens are the main attraction at this sprawling Frankston South family pad, with a backyard that will delight.

Sprawling landscaped lawns are found behind the unassuming brick house at 40 Bartlett St, which is for sale with a $1.15-$1.2 million price guide.

There are leafy trees, manicured hedges and places to bask in the north-facing sun at the rear of this 1505sq m block.

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The front garden and facade give little away about the gardens behind.

Manicured hedges and large trees are in the backyard.

Eview Group agent Derek Lea said the renovated property was a rare find in an area with a lot of older houses.

“It’s on a flat, manicured and generously-sized block in a quiet court setting, so it has a lot to offer a growing family,” Mr Lea said.

“Older couples looking to downsize from an acreage that still want a bit of space would also love this property.”

Two terraces behind the four-bedroom house overlook the north-facing gardens. There’s another outdoor area that boasts a large above-ground spa.

Inside, the central open-plan living area has been designed to take in the outdoor vistas.

Views of the garden from the dining area.

An open-plan living room overlooks the garden.

A large shed is useful for storage in the backyard.

A family room with a built-in TV cabinet is in the same space as the modern kitchen and meals area. The cooking zone has a large white stone island bench that makes an impressive statement. It’s complemented by top-end appliances and a walk-in pantry.

An extension of the open-plan area, which has a curved wall with large windows, is the perfect place for the dining table.

Just inside the house’s entrance is a carpeted living room and adjoining formal dining room.

The main bedroom is privately set at the front, with two walk-in wardrobes and a double vanity ensuite with spa.

It has a $1.15-$2 million price guide.

The remaining three bedrooms are in their own quarters, sharing a central bathroom that has a bathtub.

There is plenty of storage space throughout the property, including a large laundry and two outdoor sheds. One of these sheds is extra large, making it an ideal workshop for projects. A double garage is also found at the front of the house. There is room for another two cars in the property’s long driveway.

The beautifully-maintained property is just off the Moorooduc Highway, near schools and parks.

It’s on the market for private sale.

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