Unbeatable beach home in beautiful Lauderdale

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52 Balook Street, Lauderdale. Picture: SUPPLIED

SET on the dunes over looking the water, this family-sized property is one of the best beach homes on the market.

At one time it was the quintessential 1950s Lauderdale house. Today, it is a prime example of modern Balook Street architecture.

This beachside street is home to many of the suburb’s most impressive contemporary properties, and No.52 sits comfortably among them.

Described as a perfect home for those who love entertaining, this property offers an unbeatable location and stylish interiors.

Funky modern architecture.

That roof… wow!

The owners before the current one transformed a modest house into a marvellous home with nothing left to desire.

Entry is via a porch. There are three bedrooms and a living room at this end of the home.

The master bedroom suite is located away from the other bedrooms just beyond the kitchen and dining room. It is well equipped with modern luxuries such as an ensuite and a

walk-in wardrobe

The kitchen is stylish with its quality appliances, a pantry and a tiled splashback that give the room a pop of colour. There is plenty of benchspace and cupboard space, too.

From the separate dining room there is direct access to deck that provides a spot for outdoor entertaining.

Warm and welcoming.

The beach is just over there.

The home has multiple, light-filled living spaces, none more impressive that the

upper-level lounge with its water views.

The spacious, well-appointed family bathroom features a vanity, recessed towel rack and a shower over the tub. Don’t forget to look upwards!

The property offers secure parking in the

lock-up garage and off-street parking for boats and caravans. The yard is fully fenced and the property is next to a reserve with a walkway to the beach.

Cuddle up by the fire.

Location, location, location.

No. 52 Balook Street in Lauderdale is listed with Petrusma Property at “Offers over $795,000”.

Lauderdale is less than a 20-minute drive to Eastlands Shopping Centre and about half an hour to the Hobart’s CBD.

CoreLogic figures show 25 per cent median house price growth in Lauderdale in the year through April.

In that time there were 50 houses sold with an average of 16 days on the market.

Lauderdale is home to local shops, cafes, gourmet grocers, a tavern and nursery, a primary school and beaches.

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