Heritage with a homely feel
ROSAMUND HOUSE is a restored two-level residence dating back to about 1914 and set on a 1.21ha estate.
Relocated from Newmarket 20 years ago, the property features original character and style thanks to french silky oak timber doors, pressed metal ceilings, VJ walls, ceiling roses, polished timber flooring, picture rails, leadlight glass, decorative breezeways and arches, and window hoods.
Steps lead up to the upper level and a covered veranda wrapping around two sides of the property.
Adjacent to the entry are a sitting room and lounge area, with french doors opening to the eastern-facing section of the veranda.
To the left of the main entry, looking to the front of the property, is the main bedroom, featuring a walk-in wardrobe and an ensuite with combined corner spa bath and shower.
At the north-facing rear of the residence is a kitchen and adjoining meals area, both with french doors to a balcony. The kitchen boasts granite stone benchtops and stainless-steel appliances, including a Bosch dishwasher and gas cooktop.
Nearby is a bathroom with a separate bathtub and shower.
Also with french doors to the balcony is a bedroom with builtin wardrobes.
Beyond a study at the western side of the floorplan are two bedrooms featuring french doors leading to a balcony with views to the front of the property. The larger room also boasts built-in wardrobes.
Adjacent to the two-car garage on the lower level are a workshop and storage area.
Also on this level are a bathroom with shower and a separate laundry, both offering outside access.
A separate barn has a bedroom and living area on the upper level. The lower level features a combined bathroom and laundry, single-car garage and open-plan kitchen and dining area leading to a patio.
Other property features include a pool, security alarm system, irrigated greenhouse, orchard, children’s cubbyhouse and a dam filled with fish.