Spanish Mission-Style 1950's bayside home

Spanish Mission-Style 1950's bayside home

Mizz & Viktor

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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our beautiful family home is just 800 metres from Melbourne's beautiful bayside beaches. It's within short stroll to cafes, grocery store and a few lovey boutiques. There's a beach walk/ track along the clifftops as well as the main beach road for walking, running, cycling for over 35 kms. We're also a ten minute walk from two lovely train stations that takes you directly into the city in 30 mins. Our neighbourhood is quiet and welcoming and we all know each other well. Our two children aged 4 and 6 are lucky enough to ride their scooters and bikes on the roads due to the quieter roads. We have a cosy home, with a new central heating system, new carpets, new main bathroom. We have a lovely front paved large front garden space with a carport, palm trees, lush grass under a Frangipani tree and a gorgeous Robinia tree that provides a heap of shade for lunch and afternoon teas outside in Spring and Summer. Most of our Spring and Summer days are spent outdoors either at the beach or exploring along the clifftops of bayside. There are farmer's markets every second weekend within a short 5 min drive where you can buy wonderfully fresh, organic produce and delicious treats. We absolutely love our lifestyle here in bayside!



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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
True South in Black Rock, The Garden of Good and Evil in Cheltenham, Whisk and Grind in Beaumaris, Hatorri Hanzo, Ebenezer in Black Rock, The Palor in Beaumaris
Cool bars
True South, Ebenezer, Garden of Good and Evil, Hattori Hanzo
Cozy cafés
Whisk and Grind, Uncle Barts, The Palor, Aunt Betties, Milk Boy
Retail therapy
Black Rock boutiques and Seaview Shops, Department Store Southland
Bit of culture
National Gallery, The Arts Centre, Federation Square all a 20 mins train ride into the city
Walks in the park
We are surrounded by parks - too many to name!
Spot of exercise
Over ten tennis clubs in our suburb and we have a membership and plenty of tennis gear for our local club, dedicated bicycle path for 30 km along the beach and we have 3 adult bikes and 2 kiddie bikes for use, Kayak in the bay which is just 800 metres from our house, Jog along the beautiful beach path that goes for 30km
Day tripping
Red Hill, Mout Eliza, Sorrento, Portsea, Dandenong ranges, Healesville Sactuary

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