64 Oyster Point Esplanade, Scarborough
You’ll be captivated by this executive home from the moment you enter the property, crossing a bridge over a shimmering water feature.
With stunning views over Moreton Bay, the home is perfectly positioned to capture spectacular sunsets and the sea breeze.
The owners are selling to return to a rural lifestyle, and selling agent Stephan Siegfried of One Agency Redcliffe says the property represents an unparalleled opportunity for prospective buyers.
“The property truly takes advantage of the location – it occupies a prestigious waterfront position with fabulous views of the Bay and Glasshouse Mountains,” Stephan says.
“Ditch the car - it's a very short walk to the Scarborough Marina with Morgans, Tempest, The Moreton Bay Boat Club and even Sea Salt and Vine all within striking distance.
“The Peninsula's famous waterfront walking and cycling tracks are right at your door as well.
“It really doesn't get much better.”
Spread across two levels, the home has an internal lift for ease of access, four bedrooms – one currently used as an office – three bathrooms, ducted air conditioning and vacuum and a three-car garage.
The open-plan living area on the upper level flows seamlessly through to a covered terrace, with its resort-style bar positioned to take full advantage of the views, while another covered terrace on the lower level overlooks a secluded lap-pool.
Upstairs, the spacious main bedroom is home to a generous walk-in-robe and an ensuite with a bath and separate shower – and access to a private covered balcony.
Stephan says the home is designed with secluded indoor and outdoor nooks, as well as for entertaining.
“There’s a number of places to get into the sun, or out of the sun or find you own space.”
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