The original building dates to 1871, the restoration and renovation process began in 1994 and the work extended over 3 years. In that time no expense was spared to make this a sophisticated, elegant and comfortable modern home. The utmost care has been taken to also make it convenient.
A number of additional doors have been added each carefully constructed to match the design of the existing front door and original windows. Cleverly designed skylights bring daylight into all areas of the home. And there is a magical sunroom extension at the side of the house.
Inside, solid timber floors of Asian Oak and West Australian Karrie Oak laid over Ironbark and set on massive timber beams provide a visually striking entrance. Other flooring comprises quality carpet and tiles. Solid timber panelling and doors of cedar and pine complement the flooring and add a sensual warmth to the feel-good ambience of this remarkable home. The three bathrooms are conveniently located throughout the home. The large kitchen has an electric stove and a wood stove which also supplements the 315L electric hot water service via the pipes which run through the stove. A second wood stove warms the home in winter and it is naturally cool in summer.
Car accommodation is provided by a large double garage with power and light. The grounds are landscaped and low maintenance.
110A Rossi Street is a truly exceptional and unique address. Call me now for a private inspection or be at the next Open Home.
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