Unique piece of history
WITH a unique three-level design, this heritage-listed property was built in 1951 by Gregory Mikonoshin.
Set on a large double block of 883sq m, this four-bedroom house has an A-shaped frame.
Neutral interior colours and a combination of tiles and polished timber are featured throughout the design, while the house itself is framed by wild and established gardens.
Only the top level is visible from the street, with a suspended walk bridge leading to the interior.
This level has a loft-style bedroom or studio, with a trapdoor and ladder providing access to the level below.
On the middle level is the main bedroom, which incorporates a sitting area, an adjoining study and an ensuite with shower. From this bedroom there is also access to a courtyard, which flows past a covered patio and leads to another bedroom.
The central living areas are on the lower level, with a lounge room opening to a large, covered timber deck. This deck offers a stunning outlook over the heavily treed backyard and provides space for outdoor dining and entertaining.
A kitchen adjoins the living area, as does a bedroom with a dressing room, while a bathroom is nearby. On this level there is also a covered patio and a courtyard.