Truly one of Goulburns finest homes, located in one of the Blue ribbon streets, this remarkable Queen Anne residence is imbued with a sense of effortless grace and style.
Circa 1911, this home has been renovated and maintained with true integrity to its era, retaining essential character and grandeur.
The result is a truly delightful blend of original charm, modern updates, sun filled formal & informal areas on a very private and perfectly maintained 1,663m2 block of formal lawns and gardens.
The layout of the home comprises numerous living and dining spaces, a traditional veranda, 5 generous bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, and a magnificent alfresco pool area, the interiors are dressed with fireplaces, high patterned ceilings and lead light timber windows.
"Shankin" offers privacy, security and tranquility. This magnificent piece of Queen Anne architecture, is truly another well kept secret of Goulburn.
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