Modern 3 bedroom home

Modern 3 bedroom home


May 2011

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our house is a semi detached (one of a pair). Consisting of three bedrooms, three wc’s one bathroom, one en suite, two living areas, dining area and a modern kitchen. Total floor area approximately 140 square metres plus out door living areas.

The house is 6 years old, and built over two levels, with outdoor living area one downstairs catching afternoon sunshine and one upstairs getting the morning sun. Both outdoor areas are accessed via double glass doors.

Reverse cycle split system air conditioning units service each level.

The kitchen is modern with stainless steel appliances including cook top, oven, microwave, fridge & freezer, dishwasher and espresso coffee machine.

All bedrooms are spacious, two bedrooms have queen size beds, and the third has a double bed.

The upstairs living area is light and bright particularly in the mornings.

Point Lonsdale is a tiny beach side village about 100 kms from Melbourne.

Our house is immediately behind the small shopping strip, which provides for all you would need via a supermarket, chemist, newsagent and several beachfront cafes.

Within 100 metres of the house there is a quiet and protected bay beach suitable for children as well as adults and just 200 metres in the other direction is the wild surf of Bass Strait with a patrolled surf beach for the more adventurous.

Spectacular views of entrance to Port Philip Bay are available within a 5 minute walk.

The nearby town of Queenscliff (5kms by road or bicycle path) is a bustling fishing town with any other facilities that might be required. It is also the terminal for the cross bay ferry accessing the Eastern side of Port Philip Bay , including the busy township of Sorrento with its nightlife and many boutique shops.

There are several other small beach side towns in close proximity, with a variety of restaurants and cafes, and a wide range of interesting local produce and periodic markets.

There are bicycle trails, walking trails, fishing, a full of range of sporting opportunities, including golf, bowls, tennis, and surfing. From Queenscliff marina a range of fishing eco tourism and diving tours are available. A short drive a way is the grandeur of the heritage listed Great Ocean Road with its magnificent scenery.


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More about us

  1. We're a retired couple.

  2. Penny is a nurse and Steve is a retired FInancial Officer.

  3. Our family is grown, work is just a memory and now we're keen to travel.

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Kelp, Pt Lonsdale. Loam, Port Arlington, Oakdene at Wallington
Cool bars
Not in Point Lonsdale - 30 minutes to Geelong for a choice of several.
Cozy cafés
Grow and Pasquinins - both great for a coffee.
Retail therapy
By road or train to Melbourne a little over an hour away, with its fashion shopping, renowned throughout Australia, there are three lovely homeware/clothes shops in Point Lonsdale.
Bit of culture
Several interesting art galleries in nearby Queenscliff, with more in Geelong and of course Melbourne. Explore the Sunday markets that rotate through Pt Lonsdale and three other nearby villages.
Walks in the park
Bicycle trails to Queenscliff or Drysdale and Geelong. Walk around the beach to Queenscliff or beachcomb across the reef and through its crystal clear rock pools.
Spot of exercise
Choose, golf, tennis, lawn bowls, take out one of our bicycles, swim or snorkel in the quiet bay or test yourself in the surf of Bass Strait.
Day tripping
Take the steam train from Queenscliff, or drive to the Great Ocean Road. Take the ferry across the bay to Sorrento and Portsea. Take a train trip to Melbourne or to Flagstaff village in Warnambool.

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