Mt Eliza, Mornington Peninsula house ticks all boxes for summer
Tennis court, check. Pool and spa, check. Spectacular alfresco area, check. Nearby beach, check.
This resort-style Mt Martha abode, on a sprawling 1880sq m block, ticks all the boxes for a buyer wanting to make the most of the warming weather.
They’d need to splash $3.7-$4 million to call 26 Glenisla Drive home.
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Bonaccorde Property Services director Amanda Haimona said the renovated L-shaped house flanked “the best outdoor entertaining area I’ve ever come across”, featuring an open fireplace, surround sound, pizza oven, kitchen, lounge and dining spaces, and blinds that allow it to be closed off in cooler weather.
It looks out over the freshwater pool, sunken spa and mod-grass tennis court.
The house itself was renovated and extended by the vendors.
Its highlights include three living spaces, a slick kitchen with a butler’s pantry, and a cleverly zoned guest or children’s wing.
It offers five bedrooms and four bathrooms.
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