• 1P5444
  • House
  • Sold
  • 919 sqm
  • 4
  • 4
  • 1


Idyllic Beach Cottage - 300m to the Water
Locations better than 31 Beach Road, St Leonards are hard to find! Situated less than 270m to the sparkling beaches of Port Phillip Bay and just 170m to the picturesque walking trails of Edwards Point Wildlife Reserve, this holiday cottage will fill your summer's with trips to the beach followed by relaxing nature walks. Relax and enjoy the beauty that this idyllic location has to offer by purchasing this delightful beach-side cottage.

The open-plan kitchen/dining room offers a wonderful space to wind-down after a day at the beach. Solid, hardwood timber-floors and an open fire-place add character to this charm-filled living space. Crisp white finishes and neutral-toned features create a rustic and coastal feel to this charismatic cottage. The functional kitchen offers an electric oven, gas cook-top and plenty of storage space. A reverse-cycle air-conditioner also services this room.

The separate dining room offers a light-filled space ideal for for entertaining guests. Views across the native-filled rear-yard set the scene for large summertime BBQs that flow out of the dining room onto the entertaining deck in the rear yard. From this location guests can enjoy the best that summer has to offer in the shade of the garden's mature trees.

The home offers three double bedrooms all of which are flooded with natural light through the large windows. One bedroom features a reverse-cycle air-conditioner and all of the other bedrooms are serviced by the combined laundry/bathroom and separate toilet.

A single-room bungalow that would make the ideal teen-retreat, home office, art studio or simply a storage space is located in the rear yard. This bungalow has the potential to be used as a fourth bedroom if required.

Access at the side of the home provides space for storage of vehicles and the lush, mature gardens surrounding the property provide a private garden-oasis.

A unique property in a superb location.


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