One of Sydneys finest examples of Late Victorian architecture, Ercildoune (c1897) enjoys a 100 ft street frontage and 1,118sqm of park-like grounds with level lawn and established gardens. Perfectly oriented to the North East and bathed in all-day sunlight, the home is a hallmark example of early-Federation opulence in a prized location. Meticulously restored in keeping with the original fabric of the home, the property is a dream for buyers who value the largely unattainable craftsmanship synonymous with the period. Ercildoune is a homage to the timeless quality and grace of a bygone era.
- A 350m level stroll to Chatswood shopping / restaurant district - Soaring ceilings throughout, rich woodwork and grand marble fireplaces - Versatile six-car garage with workshop/storage and internal access - North-facing 12.5m salt water, wet-deck pool and cabana - Five bedrooms including spacious master with ensuite - Working original bell ring system and air-conditioning - Walk to shops, restaurants, trains, schools, and parks
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