Piece of history comes to life
BUILT in 1890, Armagh House boasts soaring ceilings, polished Norwegian pine floors and original features ready for restoration.
On the market for the first time in more than 57 years, this heritage property is on a 956sq m block and features four large bedrooms, an office and a smaller bedroom.
From the front garden, there are stairs to a porch with doors opening to the front foyer, two of the bedrooms and a spacious sunroom.
The long foyer entry leads to an open-plan living and dining room featuring a grand Italian marble fireplace as the centrepiece.
Other original features include fretwork, VJ walls and decorative stained glass doors.
Adjacent to the living area is a sunroom stretching all the way around to the front porch.
Three of the bedrooms are positioned in the centre of the residence, including the main.
These bedrooms have access to a second sunroom that leads to a bathroom.
The fourth larger bedroom is at the front of the property and has a built-in wardrobe.
A smaller bedroom and an office are located at the rear of the property, adjacent to a bathroom.
Off the lounge and dining room is an informal meals area adjacent to the kitchen.
There is also a rear deck, which can be accessed from the meals area.
A two-vehicle carport is located behind an electronic sliding gate.
Other features include an internal laundry, airconditioning in most rooms, standby 6kVA generator wired to the main switchboard and an alarm system.