Introducing a landmark property, this luxury limestone residence has been crafted to capture panoramic beach, bay, pier and city views from a unique hillside vantage point, steps to Frankston Beach.
This north-facing 6-bedroom sanctuary rests on the exclusive front face of Olivers Hill, long prized for its elevated vistas and proximity to the sand below.
This is a 180-degree celebration of Melbourne’s coastline, within easy reach of shopping precincts, the Frankston Pier, beachfront walks and nature trails along with having the Peninsula’s finest private schools on your doorstep – Peninsula Grammar and Toorak College.
The ever-changing vista offers a smorgasbord of sights, from beachgoers on the sand to people promenading on the pier, city lights at night, and a passing parade of paddle craft, boats and even dolphin pods.
A fully-tiled salt-chlorinated, solar-and-gas heated pool and spa sets a decadent entertaining scene, complete with pool automation, a poolside terrace and a nearby wet bar, perfect for watching year-round sunsets over the water with family and friends.
The piece-de-resistance upstairs is a deluxe stone kitchen with bifold doors that glide back to reveal an undercover alfresco entertaining balcony enjoying the pinnacle of the view.
A stunning 60mm thick, 6m-long, waterfall stone island bench continues the signature luxury, along with double 750mm pyrolytic ovens, a 900mm induction cooktop, a wine fridge, a walk-in pantry, a built-in fridge and twin Franke sinks.
Sit down and entertain, with a fully-automated theatre room it is a feast for the senses with leather sueded sound detend walls, a huge130-inch 235:1 Electric widescreen, ready to set up for the latest 4K experience and kitted out for Dolby Atmos 11.2.4 sound experience.
Wake to bay and city views from a luxe master bedroom with a double-vanity, double-shower ensuite, a large walk-in robe and bifold doors to the balcony.
Fall in love with the wine cellar, (or future lift shaft) the multiple en-suited bedrooms with walk-in robes, the 3m high ceilings, the infinity gas fireplace, the picture windows to the bay and the stunning Tasmanian Oak and Red Gum timbers.