This charming and elegant home has been given a thorough and stunning renovation, creating stylish, classic and timeless appeal. Situated on prized real estate in the heart of boutique Berry, on property once owned by Alexander and David Berry, this rare find offers outstanding lifestyle and convenience, with cafes, restaurants and shopping just a few hundred meters walk from your door. The classic country exterior has been restored and finished in shades of grey, with the perfect complement of white trim, making it the envy and admiration of all who venture past.
As you enter this beautifully crafted home, every delightful feature will capture your heart. You are welcomed by the simple but elegant light filled white washed interiors, married with high decorative ceilings and european oak flooring.
Throughout the home there are numerous traditional features; wood panel ceilings, shiplap walls, colonial windows and 3 fireplaces. A distinguished living room situated in the front of the home with a wood-burning combustion fire to warm your soul on those cold winter days. The stylish transformation maintains a perfect balance of old world charm with modern conveniences. The master suite boasts a large walk-in wardrobe & luxury ensuite complete with heated floors, oversized shower, and a double vanity with marble top.
The beautiful country kitchen contains custom cabinetry, a large stone island bench, double ovens and butler's pantry. A spacious extension provides open plan living and dining areas with bifold and french doors leading to a covered alfresco area and onto a meticulously presented private garden sanctuary of camellias, box hedges, magnolias and gardenias.
At the rear, is a gorgeous studio, complete with cathedral ceilings, kitchenette and stunning ensuite. A unique wholly restored cottage, respectful of the history and style of the era, is an opportunity to secure a legacy for years to come.
Features: - Engineered European oak floors throughout. - Large kitchen with custom joinery, double ovens, induction cooktop - Butler's pantry - Large WIR and ensuite to Master - Easily accessible attic with storage space - Heated tile floors in all bathrooms - 5 beds, 3 baths - Double vanities with marble tops - Established gardens with irrigation system - Slow combustion, open, and Jetmaster gas fireplaces - Reverse cycle air conditioning
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