If it's a grand period home you've been searching for you will go a long way to find better than this solid brick beauty. Tucked away behind a cypress hedge with mature plantings across most of the 1260m2 block making privacy an absolute feature, although upon entering the front gate the beauty of this home is immediately evident. Built around 1937 by a prominent local businessman as a wedding present for his daughter the property has only ever changed hands on one occasion. There are three large bedrooms, two with open fireplaces. An expansive formal dining room also has its own fireplace, a great room where a grand piano and candelabra certainly wouldn't look out of place. The formal lounge room at the front of the home is the perfect place to greet guests for those formal dinner parties or martinis and hors d 'oeuvres on the front veranda for the more fresh approach on a balmy summers evening. A large enclosed wrap around veranda at the rear of the home provides another area for more casual living and looks out across the leafy backyard. Unlike many homes from this era everything remains original with leadlight windows, decorative cornices , picture rails and high ceilings- this truly is a grand home.
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