Aireys Inlet is a special place, loved by locals and holidaymakers alike, and admired by visitors from all over the world.
This boutique coastal hamlet is one of the Great Ocean Road’s best kept secrets, offering visitors and locals serenity and tranquillity with spectacular cliffs, beautiful beaches, a picturesque river valley surrounded by the Great Otway National Park.
One of Aireys Inlet’s most recognised and historical areas is the Lighthouse precinct which incorporates the Split Point Lighthouse built in 1891, Bark Hut, Allen Noble Sanctuary, the Memorial Cairn and heritage listed buildings dating back to the 1860s.
Understandably, properties in this exclusive precinct are tightly held and rarely come to market.
Recently, Great Ocean Properties listed a spectacular property in the heart of the lighthouse precinct that presents an opportunity to live or holiday in one of the most desired locations on the Great Ocean Road.
Set on more than an acre of land, 22 Inlet Crescent Aireys Inlet is an exclusive four-bedroom residence that takes full advantage of its elevated position, capturing beautiful views and an abundance of natural light throughout.
Great Ocean Properties director Marty Maher said that this a large holding in one of the most sought after precincts on the Surf Coast.
“The substantial residence is heavily constructed and beautifully presented,” Mr Maher said.
“The land qualifies for a second dwelling under the current guidelines, subject to council approval.
“This property is ideal for a family looking for a large costal escape with room to expand in the future if needed.”
The home is extremely well built with its rendered brick construction and concrete floors on both levels making it ideally suited to the sometimes harsh coastal conditions.
The position is simply elite level, located very close to the Inlet beach and river, this marks the start of the stunning 6km-long beach that runs all the way to Eastern View.
You can also comfortably walk to the shops, cafes and Aireys Pub plus access the famous cliff top walk that joins up all the beaches of Aireys Inlet.
The land qualifies under the current guidelines for a second dwelling subject to council approval if you are looking to cater for the extended family long term, or even ample room for car enthusiasts to build the garage of their dreams.
Other features include three bathrooms, very large double garage and workshop, sprinkler systems on and around the residence and a 30,000-litre underground tank.
All services are underground and carefully planned for future access if needed.
This is a special opportunity and therefore inspection is strictly by appointment.
With an estimated price guide of $2.65 – $2.85 million, offers are required by November 12.
For more information or to arrange an inspection, please phone Marty Maher on 0419 505 279 or Mim Atkinson on 0408 912 533.