Mid-century stunner that will win hearts
The Torquay property market is attracting a great deal of interest from city-based and regional buyers along with locals looking to upgrade, especially in the older parts of Torquay that have retained more character than the newer estates.
There are still a few secret spots in Torquay that have not been fully on the radar of buyers as they are tucked away in quiet back streets.
Sarabande Crescent, in the original Church Estate, is one of those back streets in an older part of Torquay that throws up some hidden gems from time to time, and Links Property have recently listed a real ripper in this patch.
Just a short walk to the town centre, recreation facilities and the beach, 56 Sarabande Crescent is a testament to quality and craftsmanship that’s rarely seen today.
This brilliant family home showcases a distinctive mid-century vibe and is located in the tightly held Church Estate with stunning vistas across the treetops to the ocean.
Impressive from the moment you pull up, be wowed when you open the front door with trademark timber panelling and generous proportions over three split levels.
Links Property director Lynne Hayden said it is rare to get to see a property of this vintage brought up to such a high standard.
“The charming coastal character of this home has only been enhanced with a wonderful makeover,” Ms Hayden said.
“The home really reflects what is good about living near the beach.
“The vendors have told us that they love the light-filled open spaces and the outlook to the ocean.
“They also love nothing better than spending time with family and friends in the rumpus room during winter, with the wood heater to keep you warm, and in summer sitting in the outdoor area having a meal.”
The home also boasts a three-bay car port plus workshop and storage room and the efficiency of the home is guaranteed by a 6.6KWH solar system with battery.
The home has been freshly painted externally and internally the home features timber panelling and compressed straw ceilings in some rooms.
There is a large second living/rumpus with wood fire and bifold doors to the patio.
It features spotted gum flooring to the upstairs living area and a freshly renovated kitchen with stone benches and inbuilt coffee machine and microwave.
Cherished and immaculately maintained by its current owners, they now relinquish their charge into the hands of another mid-century lover.
For more information, contact Lynne Hayden on 0415 966 471.