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five of the best luxury coastal homes on the market

Written by The ReReport

23 The Avenue, Ocean Grove is one of several high-end homes on the market on the coast.

THE luxury coastal property market has never been stronger with multimillion-dollar homes becoming talking points around the region.
The recent listing of a $7 million-plus masterpiece at 91 Orton St, Ocean Grove leads the way in price but several other showstopping homes will rival it in the luxury stakes.
Take a look inside some of the best coastal homes on the market on the Bellarine Peninsula and Surf Coast.

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A striking Ocean Grove masterpiece sets the benchmark in coastal living.
From the suspended concrete entry, to floating staircase, to floor to ceiling windows, to gas and solar heated swimming pool and 10-seater spa this Dow Constructions home is one of a kind.

23 The Avenue, Ocean Grove23 The Avenue, Ocean Grove has an amazing view.

23 The Avenue, Ocean GroveA wall of glass opens out to the swimming pool.

The four-bedroom house has basement garaging with 4.8m turntable, three bedrooms each with walk-in wardrobes and two living areas on the ground floor and the main bedroom, study and open-plan living area upstairs.
Bellarine Property, Barwon Heads agent Ben Roberts is selling the property via an expressions of interest campaign closing December 3 at 4pm. Price hopes are $3.85 million.

23 Holmwood Ave, Anglesea - For Geelong Addy23 Holmwood Ave, Anglesea has a striking facade.


A floating cantilevered living room is a highlight of this Anglesea house that is framed by gum trees.
A curved wall in the entry foyer along with concrete walls with a pop of brass buttons and royal oak floorboards creates a striking welcoming.

23 Holmwood Ave, Anglesea - For Geelong AddyA curved hallway is a highlight.

23 Holmwood Ave, Anglesea - For Geelong AddyEntertain in style.

Other features in the three-bedroom house that was completed two years ago include two Gaggenau ovens, electric touch drawers in the kitchen, concrete fireplace, private courtyard with maple tree, Cbus technology and in-ground concrete and tiled swimming pool
Great Ocean Road Real Estate, Anglesea agent Kellie Saddington is running an expressions of interest campaign closing December 3. Price hopes are $2.8 million to $3 million.

86 Ramblers Rd, Portarlington - For Geelong Addy86 Ramblers Rd, Portarlington has easy access to the water.


Imagine not having to cross a road to get to the beach. Well that dream is a reality at this Portarlington property.
All that is between the four-bedroom house and the inviting water of Corio Bay is a grassy lawn and footpath.

86 Ramblers Rd, Portarlington - For Geelong AddyThe house was designed to make the most of the view.

The north-facing two-storey house with four bedrooms and two living areas takes in spectacular views of the You Yangs, the Melbourne skyline and ships sailing past.
Stockdale & Leggo, Portarlington agent Daniel Lamanna is selling the property with price hopes of $1.5 million to $1.6 million.

99-101 Field St, Ocean Grove could easily pass for a resort.


Reclaimed wharf timbers, ironbark flooring and Mt Gambier limestone create a sense of warmth and texture in this three-storey house.
A three-car garage, rumpus room, theatre room and bedroom can be found on the ground floor with three more bedrooms and the open-plan living area on the first floor and the main bedroom retreat on the second floor.

Check out the view.

A resort style pool with covered outdoor entertainment area add to the appeal of the Dow Constructions-built house.
Hayden, Ocean Grove agent Hugh McKewan is selling the property with price hopes of $3.2 million to $3.5 million.

214 Mountjoy Parade, Lorne - For Geelong Addy214 Mountjoy Parade, Lorne was designed by Tony Hobba.


A stylish Lorne property is hot property due to its design and location.
The Tony Hobba architect designed house is in one of Lorne’s most desired locations walking distance to the beach and shops.

214 Mountjoy Parade, Lorne - For Geelong AddyThe house has incredible views.

The quality four-bedroom house has marble benchtops in all wet areas, American oak flooring in the living area, a bluestone crafted open fireplace and bi-fold doors leading to the balcony that as a built-in barbecue and incredible views.
Great Ocean Road Real Estate, Lorne agent Michael Coutts said price hopes were $3.1 million.

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