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9/39-41 Nepean Highway, Seaford

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$680,000

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Elegantly finished and discreetly situated, this two-bedroom townhouse in a secure beachside complex boasts luxury details, expansive space, and unparalleled convenience to Melbourne's hidden gem – the stunning Seaford Beach. The open-plan family and dining space harmonize with a refined front lounge, complemented by a modern kitchen featuring an island bench and European appliances, adorned with 40mm Caesarstone benchtops and bathed in northern natural light that filters into the outdoor entertaining patio. Upstairs, the two generous bedrooms each feature walk-in robes, with the master offering a split-system AC and direct access to the spacious bathroom. Additional highlights include a European laundry, ample under-stair storage, two secure underground parking spaces, and a dedicated storage room, culminating in an outstanding residence. Nestled amidst maintained gardens and art installations in an exclusive complex, it is mere moments away from Seaford and Carrum shopping precincts and train stations. Positioned directly across from one of the Peninsula's finest beaches, boasting shallow waters and gentle waves, it provides an ideal setting for leisurely family swimming. Inspection of the property is a must.

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Property ID
222P489604
Property type
Townhouse

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On Port Phillip Bay at the start of the Mornington Peninsula, Seaford lies north of the city of Frankston and 36km southeast of Melbourne CBD. It was once the site of the Karrum Karrum Swamp, and the traditional owners are the Boon Wurrung (Bunurong) people of the Kulin nation. Following European settlement in the early 1900s, the swamp was drained for farming, with the Seaford and Edithvale Wetlands today a reminder of the once vast Karrum Karrum.

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