31 Tramway Parade Beaumaris
Elegance by the Bay
There are so many stories within these walls – from dinner with Robert Menzies, to rafters made from wartime freight crates and a safe for securing sensitive defence secrets - 'Aanderzee' house is truly steeped in history. Surely one of Beaumaris’ most significant properties, and on an extravagant 1,687 sqm parcel of land, the home is for sale for only the second time in 70 years.
Once referred to as a “Gentleman’s Residence”, elegance and scale are on full display, with a formal lounge and a grand dining room that hosted dignitaries, the property includes a cosy sitting room along with a relaxed meals area adjacent the updated stone kitchen.
Four bedrooms are hidden up in the Dutch Colonial roofline, including an ensuite master and inspiring timber-lined study space - an original bathroom, elaborate powder room and large laundry all come included whilst part of the huge allotment is dedicated to a sparkling pool and alfresco area. Above the triple garage is a studio apartment with both kitchenette and bathroom that could be the perfect guest quarters.
With the original hydronic heating, gas fireplace and split systems ensuring year round comfort, this memory-laden home is only matched by a stunning location and future potential, just metres to the bay and moments to Keys Street & The Concourse – Beaumaris Secondary College zoning and access to some of the finest private schools seal an exceptional deal.
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Beaumaris suburb review Beaumaris is a beautiful Bayside suburb located on Port Phillip Bay. The area boasts native tree lined streets and offers an idyllic beach lifestyle to its 17,000 residents. With accommodation ranging from large seafront mansions to more modest mid-century Boyd style homes, there is something for people of all budgets who are looking for a slice of the tranquil beach life. Residents flock to the area for its unique community feel and it is exceptionally popular with …
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