Offering a commanding position on Strathalbyn’s most prestigious Terrace is this charming stone villa.
The historic home was once a minister’s residence and is one of the oldest properties on the terrace.
The property, with convenient corner access to the generous 1319m2 allotment, has been stunningly restored yet retains the turn of the century features such as 12 ft ceilings with ornate cornicing and ceiling roses, original fireplaces, polished timber flooring and leadlight glass.
With a focus of seamless fusion of new and old, modern features include, Ducted RC AC, SC heating, double glazed windows, master with ensuite and spacious wir, under floor heating and an abundance of storage throughout.
Enjoying a flexible floor plan the property has both formal and casual dining, stately lounge, study and open plan Jarrah kitchen with Corian benchtops and opening to a North facing atrium style entertaing area.
The home has been fully rewired, has an upstairs storage loft, tiled 7m x 7m garage with auto lift panel doors, filtered rainwater and 5.5kW solar.
Outside the garden is breathtaking. Meandering garden paths, lined with spots of colour, lead under the large cedar trees to an insulated 7.5m x 9m shed.
Total privacy has been created with a hedge across the front of the home.
Located only 45 mins to the city, enjoy the south coast and our wine region of Langhorne Creek, this is just the lifestyle. This is West at it’s best!
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|R&H Suburb Summary||Houses|
|Number of sales||187|
|Median Rental Price||$400 p.w.|
|Change in Rental Rate (5yr)||21 %|
|R&H Suburb Summary||Units|
|Number of sales||9|
|Median Rental Price||$280 p.w.|
|Change in Rental Rate (5yr)||19 %|