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47-51 George Street, Lorne, VIC, 3232
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ELUX Accommodation

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There is a certain magic surrounding The White House. A once tired 1950s weatherboard home, considered by many as a ‘knock down’, now the holiday home people drive past and slow down to look at, witnessing an opportunity taken, rather than one lost.

Keeping alive the traditional Australian outdoor lifestyle of sun, surf and sand, the house sits on one of the most expansive parcels of ocean view property in South Lorne. Undulating from tall gums through luscious grassed zones and landscaped gardens to land finally on the most impressive tennis court. Its elevation and Northern alignment affords spectacular vistas from every corner of the property.

The White House showcases coastal interior styling at its best. From the pale watery palettes of sea green and shades of sand, to the earthy timbers, every last detail has been carefully considered. In every aspect of living the sort of quality you would expect in your own home is provided. Three bedrooms upstairs flank the main lounge and kitchen dining area, all casting eyes over the impressive silver ash deck. Separately accessed downstairs is a fourth bedroom, main bathroom and laundry. Key features include suspended fireplace, top of the range beds and high comfort mattresses with luxurious bedlinen. Outdoors for your enjoyment are queen sized hammocks, recreational equipment, and an outdoor shower with a view.

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