Three luxury family homes to secure in Melbourne’s Bayside

Stretching around Port Phillip Bay, Melbourne’s Bayside area offers all the elements that make an attractive suburb – beautiful beaches and excellent schools

Three luxury family homes to secure in Melbourne’s Bayside
Avenue, Brighton East. Image: Supplied

The enviable and quintessential Bayside lifestyle is yours for the taking in these three luxury family residences.

Stretching around Port Phillip Bay, Melbourne’s Bayside area offers all the elements that make an attractive suburb – beautiful beaches and excellent schools.

Set on Melbourne’s best coastline, the Bayside boasts a strong sense of community and merges leisure, waterfront views and an outdoor lifestyle with the convenience of city living.

Urban takes a look at three luxury family homes to secure within these premium Melbourne suburbs.
 

1. Sandy Hill Penthouse, Sandringham
Address: 222 Bay Road, Sandringham VIC 3191
Three-bedroom apartments from $1,950,000

Perched atop the ninth floor of the Master Builders Association award-winning Sandy Hill complex, Blueprint Projects’ three penthouse apartments feature three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

Designed by Watson Young Architects, the contemporary penthouses feature a fireplace, cocktail bar, European oak parquetry flooring, executive-quality study with integrated desk and triple-glazed window suites.

The kitchen fits bespoke handles, marble benchtops and Gaggenau and Miele appliances, making the home the ideal setting for entertaining family and friends. A wrap-around terrace boasts views out to the bay, city and Dandenong Ranges.  

Blueprint Projects director Tony Quinert said residents can enjoy a wealth of fantastic Bayside attractions.

“Pop down to one of Melbourne’s best beaches at Half Moon Bay, (just 2km away) or take a stroll through your local Sandy Village retail precinct, Balcombe Rd, Black Rock or the vibrant seaside shopping strip of Hampton St.”
 

2. Avenue, Brighton East
Address: 14 Gleniffer Avenue, Brighton East VIC 3187
Three-bedroom townhomes from $2,290,000

Delivered by Skelton and designed by innovative architecture practice ADDARC, Avenue townhomes seamlessly engage and connect to the landscaping beyond. Japanese-influenced charred timber and production-grade zinc come together to form the home’s striking pitched roofs.

The perfectly crafted three-bedroom townhomes feature expansive, light-filled living and dining, exceptionally appointed kitchens, private garage for two or three cars and lush private gardens designed by renowned Jack Merlo.

Each master bedroom boasts 4.4-metre-high cathedral ceilings, as well as an abundance of light through the floor-to-ceiling windows.
 

3. Vista Apartments, Highett
Address: 9 Remington Drive, Highett VIC 3190
Two-bedroom apartments from $699,500

Hallmarc’s latest offering in the bayside suburb of Highett is the 154-apartment project, Vista Apartments. As the second stage of Hallmarc’s Kingston Park masterplanned community, Vista combines the need to express your individuality with the connectivity to essential amenities and like-minded people.

Designed to accommodate a modern lifestyle, residences within the development feature open-plan living areas, rustic timber flooring and a large breakfast bar for social dining and entertaining.

Residents at the Highett residence will have access to a state-of-the-art heated swimming pool and fully-equipped gym and inspiring views that overlook the expansive parklands of Sir William Fry Reserve.

Exclusive, outdoor communal spaces allow residents to mingle with neighbours, and offer informal outdoor seating, manicured gardens and courtyards.

Max Kwok

Max Kwok

Max Kwok is a staff contributor at urban.com.au. Based in Sydney, Max has previously worked at Property Observer where he specialised in content creation and editorial research.

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