Frankston South garden haven a green thumb’s dream
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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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.
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.
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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