Offered for the first time since its construction in early 2015, 1 Gnome Way Frankston towers at 9 metres, offering panoramic garden views, spacious living zones and is complete with the latest in modern technology. The enchanting residence was designed by renowned artist Gregor Kregar and has be a talking point amongst locals for its daring design.
Expanding over 3 levels, this one bedroom residence is something out of a fairytale, offering open plan living and ambient fireplace, off street parking for 7 cars and an impressive raised library located in a high pitched ceiling.
– Expansive designer kitchen with speckled fairy-stone bench tops
– Polished timber floorboards (Imported from Far Far away)
– Stunning spoked ceilings
– Corner allotment, allowing direct access to the Peninsula- Link.
This is a once in a lifetime opportunity to secure an iconic residence that is guaranteed to have you waking up inspired. All the hard work has been done leaving nothing else but for you to do but move in and write your own fairytale.
- 1 bed
- 1 bath
- 7 Parking Spaces
- 7 Garage
Fast Facts about Frankston
- Population 34,457
- Area Size 20.8 km2 (8.0 Sq Mi)
- Location 41 km (25 mi) from Melbourne city centre
- LGA Frankston City
- European settlement of Frankston began immediately after the foundation of Melbourne in 1835, as an unofficial fishing village serving the early Melbourne township.
- Prior to its settlement, the Frankston area was populated primarily by the Mayone-bulluk clan of the Bunurong people of the Kulin nations.
- Frankston has been a popular seaside destination of Melbourne since the early 1880s.
- Frankston Beach is still one of the most popular in Victoria and is recognised as one of the cleanest in Australia.
- Olivers Hill was named after local fisherman, James Oliver, who built a cottage atop the hill from where he kept an eye out for fish in the waters below.
- The first official land sales in the area were held in 1853, and Frank Liardet (the eldest son of prominent settler, hotelier and descendant of French nobility, Wilbraham Liardet), established the “allam Ballam” estate in 1854. The estate was the earliest officially recorded settlement in Frankston, and was located to the east of Port Phillip, in what is now known as the locality of Karingal. Liardet's original homestead "Ballam Park" remains today, and is now heritage listed.