Stunning Sandy Bay home ticks boxes for old world charm and modern luxury
CRAFTSMANSHIP and quality finishes are hallmarks of this magnificent home.
The spirit and character of this late Victorian property have been retained while it has also been made family-friendly with a stunning two-storey addition.
Skilfully reconfigured to provide functionality and contemporary comfort, the home showcases a soft transition from the original house to the generous scale of the extension.
Centrally located, the spacious and
light-filled living and entertaining zone is pure magic with its floor-to-ceiling windows and mountain views.
The generous floor plan offers two spacious living areas, four bedrooms and three bathrooms.
The gracious interior features high ceilings and open fires with original timber fire surrounds.
The streamlined kitchen provides everything within easy reach, including pantry storage, stone benchtops, a large island bench and integrated appliances.
Upstairs there are two bedrooms with
walk-in wardrobes and the home’s third bathroom.
The garage was an important part of the upgrade. It provides remote-controlled entry access and storage. The property also has an off-street parking spot.
This fabulous home has a ducted central gas heating system, solar hot water with gas boost, a gas cooktop and mains gas barbecue.
There is an alarm system, wired-in smoke detectors and NBN connection.
The roof and gutters have been replaced, and the home has been substantially rewired and re-plumbed.
The location of this property is superb.
This tightly held waterfront precinct has only a few privileged homes that front the exclusive esplanade.
The new owners will be perfectly placed to enjoy the attractions of the area, including the shoreline reserve and nearby Short Beach.
No.30 Marieville Esplanade in Sandy Bay is listed with Fall Real Estate with “Offers in the $1.7 million-plus” range.
The latest CoreLogic figures show 134 houses and 98 units were sold in Sandy Bay in the 12 months to the end of November.
In that time the median house price increased by 7.5 per cent, and houses lasted just two weeks on the market before being sold.