16 Beaconsfield Parade,
Port Melbourne, VIC
Absolute Beachfront Low Maintenance LivingEnviably situated directly opposite the beach, the exceptionally spacious dimensions of this stunning Victorian residence have been brilliantly refurbished to create a sophisticated and ultra stylish bayside retreat. Combining contemporary style with refined period features including polished timber floors, high decorative ceilings, original leadlight glass and a wide arched hallway, this home offers lock up and leave appeal in a vibrant lifestyle hub.
The impressive open plan family living zone features polished concrete floors with underfloor heating and tinted windows. A gourmet kitchen is appointed with quality appliances including Miele pyrolytic oven, rangehood and integrated dishwasher as well as Fisher & Paykel induction cooktop, superbly set against Caesarstone benches with ample storage and LED backlights. The adjoining living and dining space boasts bi fold doors creating a seamless connection to the rear courtyard with right of way access and an original K6 telephone box that has been converted to a garden shed.
Two good sized bedrooms on the ground floor, including one with built in robes, are complemented by a sleek bathroom with heated towel rails and flexible third bedroom on the first floor. Equipped with a desk wall bed with queen spinal mattress, a built in seat with storage and European laundry fitted with Miele washing machine, the open plan first floor is book ended by two rooftop terraces, with one offering uninterrupted bay views.
Additionally includes excellent storage, hydronic heating, two split system Fujitsu air conditioning units, Jetmaster gas fireplace, Yamaha integrated speaker system, 10,000L underground water tank, retractable blind and 1.26 kW solar system.
Enjoy a privileged bayside lifestyle with excellent proximity to Port Melbourne foreshore, Port Melbourne Yacht Club, the vibrant Bay Street precinct, Albert Park Lake and MSAC, parklands, transport and excellent schools including Albert Park Primary School and Albert Park College.