With traditional coastal architecture that reflects Torquay’s seaside beginnings now becoming a rarity in Old Torquay as bold modern design’s take their place, its pleasing to see that in some parts of town, our historic coastal character is being not only preserved, but loved and enhanced.
A perfect example of this can be seen with McCartney’s Real Estate’s listing of “Sonoma” at 28 Munday Street, Torquay.
This charming coastal home with a country feel has caught they eye of many who go past, but it’s what you can’t see behind the façade, that makes this an amazing home.
Built in 1928 and extended around 30 years ago, with an amazing renovation 10 years ago, the result is an exceptional home that strikes the perfect balance between natural beauty and modern convenience.
“Sonoma”, one of Torquay’s original homes, is steeped in history and positioned on a huge allotment of approximately 1,012sqm.
Selling agent Steve Menegazzo said that this home truly reflects what seaside living is all about.
“This most unique of Old Torquay homes is full of character and charm and reflects all the great aspects of yesteryear combined with what now makes for a modern living environment,” Mr Menegazzo said.
“The highly sought blue-chip location only a stone’s throw to the beach, town centre and the Bell Street dining and entertainment precinct ensures that you will enjoy the best of the central Torquay lifestyle.
“Positioned on a large parcel of land that is often sought but rarely found, there is room to move, a great back yard for the kids or just to lay back and enjoy the tranquillity of your own private green patch in the middle of town.
“This is an exciting opportunity for one lucky buyer to purchase a lifestyle property of this nature and call it home.
“The house name is ‘Sanoma’, which means a place to call home.”
Rarely does a property offering a lifestyle such as this come onto the market with nothing to do but move straight in, relax and enjoy.
Open house this Saturday February 16 from 2.45pm – 3.30pm and Sunday February 17 from 12pm – 12.30pm.
Expressions of interest close on Monday February 25 at 5pm. For more information, phone Steve Menegazzo on 0421 802 203.