You can tear up your passport, because you’ll never need another holiday again living in this resort-style Marino home.
The secluded haven, at 3 Caralue Rd, feels like an all-year-round holiday and enjoys uninterrupted ocean views from both luxurious levels.
It is listed with Harris Real Estate and is advertised without a price guide. Expressions of interest will close on September 2 at noon.
Selling agent Simon Noakes said ‘San Marino’ had been a labour of love for the vendors.
“It was originally built in 2002. They’ve made a lot of changes to the property and have done a lovely job,” he said.
“It’s actually named after where they got married, it’s got a nice warmth about it.”
Mr Noakes said the “very unique” property had already attracted strong interest from potential buyers.
“We feel the best buyer for it would be a family, it’s a real family home,” he said.
“The coastal views are the most striking aspect, from the master bedroom you can see complete ocean views.
“There’s also lots of different spaces for family, kids and people that like entertaining.”
The lower level of the home features an open-plan kitchen and dining area, plus a living room, two bedrooms, a laundry and powder room, and an alfresco patio and decked area for entertaining.
Upstairs you will find two bedrooms, a master suite, a bathroom and a spacious family room that connects to a private balcony.
If that’s not enough, the property also includes a private pool and undercover spa, sure to make you very popular over the warmer months.
Mr Noakes said the location was ideal for families that like their privacy, but still want to make the most of ocean views.
“It’s very hard to get uninterrupted coastal views, this property is set back from the coast giving it more elevated views,” he said.
“This pocket of Marino has a real community feel. It’s very private and protected, and you’re still only five minutes away from Brighton.”
Marino has a median house price of $706,000 and has experienced a 9.5 per cent growth in median house price over the last 12 months to April 2019, according to CoreLogic.