Rye 121 Golf Parade
Seaside retreat with glistening bay views!
For sale by Expressions of Interest with offers closing at 12noon on Monday 24 August 2020.
With a stunning vista that takes in the Norfolk Island pines dotted along the Rye foreshore and a broad stretch of the bay including the South Channel fort and the city skyline in the distance, this fully renovated five-bedroom home is the perfect choice for holiday or permanent living.
Set on a large 1295sqm corner allotment elevated from the street and well-established as successful short-term holiday accommdation, the property has a relaxed seaside charm all of its own with two living areas, a vast north-facing balcony to capture the sun and the views and only a few minutes drive to beaches, golf courses, cafes and restaurants.
Privately set among largely native gardens with bursts of color and loads of off-street parking with room for a boat or caravan and a driveway that loops around to the side street, three large bedrooms and a modern bathroom on the lower level share a living area that has french doors opening the front verandah while a timber staircase leads up to two more bedrooms and bathrooms including the master with ensuite and direct balcony access.
An open plan living, dining and kitchen area is at the heart of the home with a cosy gas log fireplace and sleek kitchen with stainless steel cooking appliances, a dishwasher and dark-stained engineered timber floors throughout.
With an easy flow out to the huge full-length balcony, entertaining alfresco in summer promises to be special as you survey a broad sweep of the neighbourhood to the bay. There is also a small rear balcony beeside the dining area with views to Arthurs Seat the Cape Schanck Lighhouse in the distance.
Other features include a european laundry, split-system airconditoning, potential to turn a storage area downstairs into an ensuite and create a second master bedroom, as well as an enclosed rear courtyard ideal for pets with built-in stainless steel benches and a sink for cleaning the morning’s catch.