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.

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