Rare 2,727m2 (approx) Premier Beachside Site
Frankston South Contact Agent
|Address||22 Yamala Drive|
|Land Size||2727.00 m²|
This wonderful allotment, promoted by a serene natural bayside setting, offers an amazing array of opportunity to the astute buyer in a celebrated enclave of prestige properties.
Perched above, and with access to, Davey’s Bay and Olivers Hill Exclusive Beach whilst being just minutes from the Mt Eliza Village, this site sits ideally positioned making it one of the most sought after pieces of Real Estate in Victoria. On a generous 2,727m2 (approx), this Mt Eliza bordered lot is adorned with sweeping Port Phillip Bay with picturesque Westerly sunset views. Ready for a new lease on life, this is a scarce opportunity to secure your future and build your dream coastal home (STCA) with access to all you could possibly need and want whilst enjoying the tranquillity of a community focused neighbourhood.
Adorning the site is a historically rich residence build in 1876 by Sir John Madden, Lieutenant Governor of Victoria, as part of the original ‘Yamala’. The two storey, four bedroom double brick home, serviced by two bathrooms and two kitchens with dual living areas and double garage, was the original ‘Yamala’ stables, coach house and coachman’s quarters converted into a residence collectively by Burley Griffin in 1928, Marea Lucas in 1949, and Peter Martin in 1982.
This is an outstanding opportunity not to be missed. Open by Private Appointment. Call me today on (03) 9568 8000 to arrange your viewing.
Site features include:
• Outstanding New Coastal Home Site on 2,727m2 (approx)
• Premium Position with Coastal Access and Views
• 240m walk to Davey’s Bay Beach
• 2km to Toorak College
• 4km to Mt Eliza Village with boutique cafes, restaurants and amenities
• 800m walk to Yamala Park – Bowling and Tennis Club
• 2.4km to Mt Eliza Public Hospital
• 2km drive to Davey’s Bay Yacht Club and Pelican Point
• 1km to Lower Sweetwater Creek Nature Reserve
• Close Nepean Highway Access without being impeded by street noise