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Dromana stunner ‘Miramare’ to eclipse suburb record

Real estate & property news
07 June 2024
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A brand new showpiece on the Mornington Peninsula is set to smash a price record.

Listed for $4.75-$5.225 million, 4 St Marys Place, Dromana, is poised to eclipse the suburb’s record price of $4.6 million paid for the Hamptons-style home at 8 Hearn Street in 2022.

4 St Marys Place, Dromana

Aptly named Miramare, which means look to the sea, the modern masterpiece soars over three luxurious levels that capture panoramas of the peninsula’s most iconic landmarks.

The uninterrupted views that stretch from Port Phillip Bay to the city are absolutely breathtaking, according to Barry Plant Dromana General Manager Stuart Rooke.

“There’s nothing else like it on the market,” he said.

“It’s the best home ever built in Dromana.”

Mr Rooke said the suburb is transforming from a holiday destination to a haven for affluent buyers keen on acquiring their principal place of residence.

“More premium homes are being built to offer a high standard of sophistication and class,” he said.

The indulgent owner-built house has attracted steady interest since it hit the market, particularly from inner-city families wanting the coastal lifestyle, within easy reach of schools, shops and the freeway.

Making a show-stopping statement in an exclusive enclave, Miramare has impressed buyers with its contemporary design and stylish décor.

Awash with light, the opulent interior showcases soaring 3.8m ceilings, engineered timber floors and state-of-the-art tech integration.

“It has been so thoughtfully designed and fitted with meticulous attention to detail,” Mr Rooke said.

“The minute you step inside, you feel right at home.”

An outstanding feature is the split-level outdoor area with a deck of reclaimed timber sourced from the Mornington Pier. A kitchen with barbecue, fire pit with seating, pool and spa add to the wow factor.

The multiple living areas, four bedrooms with ensuites, a four-car basement with storerooms, plus all the creature comforts have also appealed to buyers, Mr Rooke said.

Safety Beach ‘rare offering’ wows affluent buyers

Another peninsula dazzler making waves in the market is the four-bedroom entertainer’s delight at 14 Thurloo Drive, Safety Beach, priced at $2.995-$3.29 million.

14 Thurloo Drive, Safety Beach

Sprawling on 958sq m, the modern entertainer with a bespoke architectural design offers buyers a coveted seaside lifestyle at the doorstep of Martha Cove, a superb harbour and residential development.

Complete with a pool, spa and alfresco domain, the property nestles in a sought-after cul-de-sac within steps of the shallows of Safety Beach.

The size of the property and location are second to none, according to Barry Plant Dromana agent Mark Rhodes.

“It’s a rare offering in a unique position, so close to the boardwalk, marina, beaches, eateries and all the attractions of this area,” he said.

Built about four years ago, the house has privacy behind a high wall and features grand living and dining spaces, a sleek all-Miele kitchen with butler’s pantry, and a fully fitted theatre room.

Outdoor entertainment and recreational areas with a pool, spa plus an outdoor kitchen with barbecue add to the property’s appeal, as does the back gate direct to the boardwalk.

Real estate & property news
07 June 2024
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