21/129-133 Ormond Esplanade, elwood
Aspirational Living with Inspiring Views
Soak up sunsets and lap up the essence of Elwood’s enviable lifestyle from this top floor sensation right on the iconic esplanade. Occupying one of the best positions in the stylish complex, this bay-facing apartment enjoys quiet pedestrian and garage access from Kingsley Street and is literally metres to the Elwood reserve and recreation, moments to the foreshore precinct and just minutes to the village cafes and boutiques. Appealing to professionals thanks to the location and low maintenance ease, the home will also call out to downsizers with the convenience of a lift servicing all levels.
On entry all eyes are drawn to the elevated view which forms the backdrop to life in the open plan living and dining zone. Extending to a broad balcony, this space offers effortless entertaining complemented by a stone kitchen that is sure to appeal to entertainers with the twin Smeg ovens and dishwasher – here, a breakfast bar offers a relaxed place for a drink. In a separate zone both of the bedrooms have been oriented to capture the view, each offers ample fitted robe - the master with a practical study area, sweet breakfast terrace and gleaming ensuite. Concluding the package is a second larger bathroom, laundry, linen cupboard and ducted heating/cooling along with basement parking and storage cage.
Recent Sales in elwoodSales Data supplied by REIV
|Address||Bedrooms||Price||Property Type||Sale Type|
|2/42 Scott St, elwood||2||Apartment||Private Sale|
|350 Barkly St, elwood||4||House (Res)||Auction Sale|
Suburb Profile elwood
A bayside suburb, Elwood is 8 km south of Melbourne, the neighbourhood is known for its leafy streets and suburban character. Elwood has a significant stock of flats and apartments from the turn of the century onwards. The neighbourhood is one of the more densely settled within the City of Port Phillip. Visitors and locals are drawn to the beach and the cafes and restaurants in local shopping strips, including Ormond Road centres. The eastern part of the neighbourhood is served by Ripponlea station on the Sandringham rail line. Other notable physical features include Point Ormond.More about this suburb