Queen Anne Federation Masterpiece in a prized corner position
Behind its picturesque facade of classic character, this beautiful Queen Anne-style Federation home is a well-preserved period residence with a refined sense of history. 'Osterley' c1910 is full of traditional charm and showcases a generous interior layout with fresh, bright living spaces, retained original details, and a generous 260sqm landholding. It has been lovingly maintained by the same family for over 80 years and represents a rare and prized opportunity to acquire a substantial family home with plenty of future potential to adapt or redesign and create a sensational North Sydney residence.
> A striking street presence and traditional wraparound front verandah > High ornate ceilings, decorative mantelpieces, and leadlight windows > Sunny grassed garden and outdoor space at the rear > Three great-sized bedrooms, bathroom, and functional eat-in gas kitchen > Prime North East corner position with dual street access > Excellent scope to upgrade or redesign and add tremendous value (STCA) > Walking distance to the heart of North Sydney, parklands, Crows Nest and the soon to be completed Metro rail services in North Sydney & Crows Nest
Outgoings (p.q. approx.): Council $345; Water $245.
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Block Size:266 m²*
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