12 Woodland Avenue Mount Eliza
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Visually stunning and with every consideration given to the utmost in luxury, this architectural seaside home is the embodiment of its privileged address.
In this street of elegant homes in Mt Eliza's famed Golden Mile, just doors from the beach, Toorak College and walking distance to enjoy the village vibe, few homes impress to this level with a pool set among sculpted gardens and views along the coastline to Mornington boat harbour.
The interior is breathtaking and filled with style and finesse featuring a flowing floorplan showing through indoor and outdoor lounges to a resort-style pool setting accentuated by topiary olive trees, pears and a day bed.
An epicurean kitchen brings together the full complement of integrated appliances and a walk-in scullery with a clever servery that connects with the outdoor BBQ kitchen, while banks of concertina doors allow you to totally enclose the poolside alfresco zone with an outdoor lounge surrounding a gas fireplace.
A 3rd lounge area upstairs is equipped as a cinema room beside the children's bedrooms, while a sumptuous master suite has a TV that drops down from the ceiling and doors to a private balcony where you can sit and take in the water view.
All 4 bedrooms have their own ensuites and walk-in robes including the deluxe home office which offers flexibility to convert to guest accommodation.
With a gliding auto front gate, large double garage and with full home automation including the fireplaces, auto blinds and more, zoned heating and refrigerated cooling ensure the temperate is perfect, while speakers throughout the home enhance the mood.
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James Crowder Community Real Estate
Shop 7/20-22 Ranelagh Drive
MOUNT ELIZA 3930
T 03 9708 8667
F 03 9708 8669
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