An Architectural Treasure with Outstanding Potential
Offered for the first time in several decades, this hallmark Victorian residence (c1870) while immediately comfortable presents a unique opportunity for future renovation in order to capitalise on its grand proportions and its plethora of signature period details, to create an inspired home of commanding size, quality and timeless appeal. This most impressive north-facing property which stands on a generous 455 square metre block with a sweeping frontage and welcoming established gardens, provides an enviable inner-city lifestyle.
Gracious return verandah with tessellated tiles and ornate lace fretwork
Stately entrance hall with an elaborate central plaster archway, framed by its exquisite leadlight front door and side panels
Magnificent soaring ceilings, rich original and exposed timberwork, stunning leadlight and beautiful marble fireplaces
Opulent living room which opens onto the verandah, a separate dining and versatile sunroom
Oversized bedrooms, functional gas kitchen and two bathrooms
Spacious internal laundry plus separate workshop/storage area
Lock-up garage with convenient entry via Aubrey Street at the rear
Located less than 250 metres to Stanmore village amenities and the train station, this home is also within easy walking distance of sought-after Stanmore Public School and the prestigious Newington College, with easy access to the airport and is just under 6kms from Sydney's CBD.
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