– Offers prior not considered
– Inspections limited to advertised open times
– Auction Terms: 10% deposit, Balance 60, 90, 120 with Vacant possession.
Tucked away from the road on a leafy 890 sq m approx north facing block, positioned at its most elevated point to maximise aspect and breezes, is this thoroughly charming circa 1950’s home with much to enchant and delight inside and out!
Highset with an upper north-east facing wraparound timber deck and an expansive lower terrace; the home comprises three bedrooms, two bathrooms, modern kitchen, open plan living, study, fully fledged bar with servery to terrace, wine cellar, plus double carport and workshop with sink.
Hardwood timber floors, double hung windows, cosy wood burning fireplace, and glorious cottage style gardens with fabulous outdoor chess set enhance character and warmth; other features include split system air-conditioning in lounge, ceiling fans, generous storage, and a floor plan that facilitates separate ensuited guest accommodation on the ground level. All in all, this is going to be adored by aficionados of homes of this vintage; it is delectable and sweet.
The rear garden is private and suitable for children and pets to play safely; and the well-established shrubs, mature trees including Moonah trees, all make this home pretty as a picture. There will be nothing more relaxing than sitting out on the terrace with a gin and tonic in the late afternoon and just savouring the privacy and pure bliss – maybe a game or two of chess.
Located in a street at the narrowest point of the Peninsula, both Cameron’s Bight and Koonya Ocean Beach are an easy walk, along with national park, scenic trails, and yacht squadron – this is a sought-after location, particularly due to its close proximity on foot to beach and bay!
This gorgeous home would make an amazing weekender or beach house and is truly bursting with charisma. For those not sold on the charms of its era, the site could also be redeveloped for a high-end home in this coveted location.
‘Fresh Fields’ has been tightly held for decades, and inspections will reveal why – this is something special indeed.