202/212 Nepean Highway, Seaford.
Horizon – A luxe lifestyle penthouse with unbeatable bay views
**INSPECTION AVAILABLE BY APPOINTMENT** Situated across the road from Melbourne's best beach is this stunning as new 2 bedroom top floor penthouse apartment. Treat yourself to the best of low-maintenance luxury living in this recently completed boutique complex uniquely positioned between natural estuary Kananook Creek and the softly lapping waters of Seaford foreshore. This prized position is home to an abundance of flora and fauna with lifestyle activities aplenty on your doorstep. Seaford beach, Kananook Creek walking trail, the city of Frankston and the gateway to the Mornington peninsula are all at your fingertips. Upon arrival you will be greeted by a secure gated entry and lift access to the top floor. Immaculately maintained and heavily upgraded with luxurious fixtures including double glazing, Calacatta stone and 2 Pac kitchen (DW), electric blinds, led strip lighting and more. With panoramic bay views over Port Phillip Bay from Oliver's Hill to the CBD, the lucky new owner will enjoy balmy summers on the large wrap around balcony with built-in barbecue and garden shed. Accommodation includes 2 generous bedrooms (WIR and BIR), central bathroom plus second WC powder room, timber floors, reverse cycle heating and cooling, 2 car parking spaces plus storage cage. This exciting complex also features basement car parking, picnic area adjacent to creek, CCTV and landscaped grounds all beautifully maintained by the owners corporation. (approx. $4,267 per annum). Don't miss your opportunity to pick up this superb lifestyle penthouse and contact us today for an exclusive viewing.
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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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