Constructed in the early 1900’s this three level property features many fixtures and fittings that are no where to be found in modern architecture. This home marries modern décor with mid-century design, with almost every room containing its own ornate fireplace, old-style chandelier and furnished in a contemporary style.
Just off the entry hall are two adjoined sitting rooms that are elegantly finished with marble tiles and 5m high pressed metal ceilings. Both rooms are connected to the wrap around balcony, which leads around to the main entrance with street access.
Directly opposite the entrance is a Victorian style gentleman’s bar with floor to ceiling wooden panels, stained glass feature window and a wooden bar. This room was designed for entertaining with access out into the large rear courtyard surrounded by lavished palms and lush gardens, guests have the freedom to hold larger events with this additional space.
To the left of the main entrance there is a home office that moves onto a large kitchen area, which acts as a serving quarters that can be sectioned off by wooden doors.
Allowing meals to be prepared without disturbing guests, alongside the kitchen is a contemporary 8 seater dining table. Next to the serving quarters is comfortable sitting room with stonework walls, traditional fireplace and comfortable furniture. This area also opens out onto the rear courtyard creating one large communal area.
All the bedrooms can be found upstairs, with each bedroom containing its own ensuite. The master suite is one of the largest rooms in the house with an adjoined sitting room that has access to the large wrap around balcony that connects the master to the second bedroom.