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Frankston South: modern update and cliffside location deliver deluxe listing

A designer makeover has added a touch of luxury to this captivating Frankston South home.

Positioned in a coveted beachside pocket, 668 Nepean Highway, is a resort-style home with sweeping bay views.

Featuring Kate Walker Design finishes inside, the north-facing home on a large 2219sq m block comes with a floodlit tennis court, pool and spa, plus a deck and viewing balcony.

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Enjoy the water view.

The home has undergone a major transformation.

It is set close to the clifftop homes in a coveted and tightly held estate where Olivers Hill meets Mt Eliza.

At $2.5-$2.75 million, the five-bedroom, five-bathroom home is among Frankston South’s elite listings, with just one other home listed for more than $2 million.

The suburb’s median house price was $823,000 in the 12 months to April, CoreLogic data shows. The median price fell 0.1 per cent over that period, after rising 30.6 per cent over three years.

The gourmet kitchen has large viewing windows.

The double-storey house is filled with natural light and showcases high ceilings, American oak floors and multiple living and dining zones.

The kitchen is a gourmet delight, with a butler’s pantry and Miele appliances including a steam oven, plate warmer and induction cooktop.

The covered deck by the pool and spa.

Each bedroom is serviced by a bathroom.

All four bedrooms upstairs have ensuites, with the parent’s ensuite enhanced with picture windows that frame the scenic views.

An additional bedroom and bathroom add convenience on the ground floor.

The fully renovated house is made comfortable with ducted heating and cooling and a wood-burning fireplace.

Sensor lights, CCTV plus a smartphone-operated triple garage and video intercom also feature.

The home is near beaches, Davey’s Bay Yacht Club, shops, parks and reserves and it sits

in the popular Frankston High School zone.

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