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A Beautiful 1870s Restored Eloc Estate in Brighton

50-52 Bay Street, Brighton, Vic 3186

EOI 4 Beds 3 Baths
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A magnificent transformation brings contemporary indulgence to “Eloc”, one of Brighton’s finest Victorian-era homes situated across roughly 1,759sqm of land.

Nestled in a sprawling park-like setting and only a short walk from Brighton beach, its original elegance is accredited to the Windsor Hotel architect Charles Webb.

Today this exquisite family home delivers a new era of single-level luxury with four bedrooms, three bathrooms including a sumptuous parents’ retreat, and excellent family zoning.

With a grand, circular driveway, slate turreted roofline and classic veranda leading to the home, there is no doubt you will be impressed as soon as you drive up to this Eloc estate.

A grand hallway welcomes you to this exquisite property, where no detail has been left overlooked. Interior finishes showcase a marble kitchen and butler’s pantry, two luxe ensuites and a bathroom, and study zones in three spacious bedrooms.

Inspired design elements include high ceilings, oak flooring, bespoke joinery, an original marble fireplace, two Miele ovens, and plantation shutters.

Dine outdoors on the large deck, appreciate the sense of privacy and serenity that comes from having so much land, surrounded by decades-old trees that create a leafy canopy in the front garden.

Great for entertaining and recreation, the home is designed with a large pool and sports court – perfect for keeping the kids and family entertained.

A rare and coveted opportunity to own a landmark estate close to Firbank and Brighton Grammar Schools, Bay Street’s cafes, North Brighton train station, and Church Street’s shopping mecca.

Expressions of Interest for this property close Tuesday 22nd February at 5 pm.

Brighton Suburb Snapshot
  • – A$3,416,000 Median House Price
  • – 16.79% Annual Growth
  • – 23,253 Population
  • – 45 Average Age

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