For a three bedroom home, it is actually quite a big size floorplan. The flow of the home works really well as the living and bedrooms are separated on either side of the kitchen which flows outside to the private alfresco capturing the north western afternoon sun. Private and secure behind a tall fence and electric gates, the home does lack a garage however you could enclose the carport to create an oversized single car garage. The bedrooms are all big sizes and the connection of the master to the second bedroom via the robe would suit a family with young children. The luxury coastal-country styling works well and really does feel like a well built home without any work needing to be done. The open fire and hydronic heating are additional nice touches. Located in the prestigious Ranelagh Estate and a stones throw to the village. This home would suit either young family or downsizer looking for a low maintenance property that still has enough room for family to comfortably visit.
Michael Sier is a licensed Mornington Peninsula Buyers Advocate specialising in the family home and holiday house markets along the bay. Being a Peninsula local with a family of 3 children, he understands the needs of a growing family within the community. His close relationships with selling agents ensure he receives access to many homes off-market, as the more exclusive suburbs such as Mount Eliza, Mount Martha, Red Hill, Blairgowrie, Sorrento & Portsea are very tightly held. Having studied a Bachelor of Information Technology at Federation University, Michael also holds a full Victorian Estate Agent’s Licence and is an active property investor with 14 years in the real estate industry working alongside some of the most prominent buyer advocates in Australia.
What a difference a month makes! We saw the writing on the wall with low stock levels and increased buyer demand in winter but needed confirmation it wasn’t just a knee-jerk reaction to greater Federal government stability and interest rate cuts. September really kick-started the spring market right across the Peninsula. We saw properties that ...[read more]