Drumlarney is a grand Federation home in the heart of Goulburn. The home is in excellent condition and discerning buyers will appreciate the creative decorative style that characterises this property. The home sits on a 1,347 sq m block with two double garages; the original weatherboard (workshop, studio, rumpus room...) and the extra-length, newer garage providing secure parking and generous storage space. The Drumlarney garden has been developed and nurtured with skillful care. It screens the home with beautiful trees, roses, perennials and architectural features befitting the home's era. A rear, north-facing courtyard is a delightful, private space. The home's interior is a return to an era of glamour and elegance, highlighted by decorative window, timber and plaster features. A stunning hallway leads to the living spaces, connected and flowing, providing both intimate, snug areas and grand entertaining spaces. TV room to kitchen, to breakfast room, sunroom, magnificent dining room and formal lounge; all are full of character and provide many options for family, work and entertaining. The bedrooms, individualised by unique features, are of generous dimensions, with an en-suite from bedroom one and a main bathroom which sets the mood for glamourous relaxation. The sale of Drumlarney presents a wonderful opportunity to secure one of Goulburn's finest historic homes.Inspection (by appointment) is highly recommended.
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