Ideally located, this iconic house, one of the first built on the hill in the early 1950s which has been in the same family for over 65 years.
Lovingly maintained over the past four generations, this wonderful home was architecturally designed with a strong emphasis on capturing the northern light and winter sun. The original high-quality construction has stood the test of time with little having to be replaced.
Proudly standing with many of the original features still intact, this sensational tuck pointed basket range stone home still offers charm and character.
The main living area features eight floor to ceiling windows that take in the distant city views across the treetops and hills. There are also three good size bedrooms, all with loads of natural light. The living area which flows around to the dining room both offer feature fireplaces with stunning gas look fires and floating cork floors. The picturesque floor to ceiling windows leads to the main balcony with galvanised balustrades that were hand forged by the original owner.
The original kitchen still offers warmth and charm with plenty of cupboard space and an adjoining walk-in pantry.
Downstairs from the main home, there is a large double garage (originally built to house four cars) and an adjoining workshop, just perfect for any home mechanic and there is even a feature stone pit built into the garden walls outside.
There is also an all weather outdoor area where you can sit back and enjoy the outlook of this great home.
Joined by a covered walkway for convenience, there is also a stunning studio/granny flat with its own kitchen and bathroom, large “Queenslander” style doors that open up to capture the view out to the city.
Situated on its original 2280 sq.m, the home boasts an easy-care garden, which still features some of the original plantings, including roses, 9 fruit trees and a veggie patch, which all add to the warmth and character of this home
This unique offering must be experienced to be truly appreciated. Call today to arrange your inspection.