Frankston South poolside entertainer: prestige finishes plus access to coveted school
This large, well-appointed Frankston South property has all the features a family would want in a forever home or weekender.
Nestled on a leafy, private block just less than 3000sq m, the five-bedroom house at 1 Sibyl Ave is immaculately presented and has garaging for up to five vehicles.
There is ample room in which to spread out or entertain on this property which has $1.55-$1.6 million price hopes.
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The asking price is almost double the suburb’s median price of $823,000 in the year to April, CoreLogic data shows.
With an average hold period of 12.8 years, homes here are the longest held among Frankston suburbs, an indication of their popularity and strong prices.
The residence is within the prized Frankston High School zone and the beach is just a short drive away.
It has a refined facade that teams rendering with stacked stone highlights and it blends into the surrounds.
All three living zones are conveniently set on the one level. The floorplan has both shared spaces and areas for quiet retreat, and accentuates an airy feel throughout the home.
Big windows and stacker doors along the north-facing rear of the house ensure plenty of natural light at any time of year.
A gas log fireplace that warms the space provides another layer of ambience that is ideal for winter.
The adjoining kitchen is an entertainer’s dream, showcasing stone benchtops, stylish cabinets, a breakfast bar, butler’s pantry and servery window.
Outside, a large dining and entertainment area has a fireplace and ceiling fan. It spills across to an inviting pool and spa.
There is also an atrium courtyard with a water feature and a fire pit.
The property, listed with Impact Realty Group’s James and Deb Merchan, heads to auction 11am August 3.
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