Hark back to era of charm
THIS grand residence seamlessly blends classic and contemporary features across a three-level design.
Set on 873sq m, the historic five-bedroom house has been stylishly restored, while period elements such as polished timber floors, french doors and decorative fretwork recall the charm of a bygone era.
Beyond the main entry on the ground floor, a sitting area to the left has a bay window with views over the front patio, while a nearby timber staircase ascends to the level above.
To the right is the galley kitchen, with exposed brick walls, adjacent butler’s pantry and a combined island bench and breakfast bar with timber cabinetry and a stone benchtop.
From the kitchen there is also access to a bathroom with shower, an office with french doors to the front of the property and a stunning ballroom currently used as a formal living and dining area.
This space boasts a high elaborate ceiling, built-in fireplace, fretwork above the doorways and a chandelier, while also flowing through to an extensive and enclosed sunroom at the rear of the layout.
With polished timber floors, galleries of windows and muted tones, the sunroom overlooks the rear gardens, gazebo and glass-balustrade framed pool.
It also provides access to a dual-entry bedroom, which features a walk-in wardrobe and a modern ensuite.
Near the staircase, and completing the level, is a second bedroom with built-in wardrobes and an ensuite with a separate bathtub and shower configuration.
On the upper level, two more bedrooms include built-in wardrobes and are serviced by a bathroom with shower.
An adjacent and carpeted library has built-in timber shelving, timber shutters and scenic vistas, while the lower level is home to a large openplan rumpus area, storage zones and a powder room.
This stunning property is within walking distance of Racecourse Rd.