They rarely come this big whilst boasting an enviable location such as this. This stunning double storey townhouse has been beautifully finished and showcases 2 well-sized bedrooms and 1.5 bathrooms, inspect to be impressed!
– Open plan living
– Large island bench to the kitchen and ample cupboard space
– Modernised appliances including gas cook-top and dishwasher
– Spacious outdoor entertainment area
– Storage shed
– Plenty of storage options throughout
– Toilet both upstairs and downstairs
– Large bedrooms
– Split system in living room and to both bedrooms
A sophisticated and contemporary home, close to local schools (including John Paul College, McClelland College and Frankston East Primary), shops and transport. Whilst being minutes to train transport, Chisholm Institute and the beach!
A property that features unequalled excellence, offers a multitude of living and entertaining spaces and showcases a sophisticated interior style.
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- 2 bed
- 1 bath
- 1 Parking Spaces
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.