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6 3 5

31 Canterbury Road

A magnificent landmark residence

Built Circa 1909 for Herbert Parsons a spice trader

and set on a magnificent allotment (2,089sqm) with superbly landscaped and maintained gardens, this landmark residence showcases the elegance and graciousness of classic Ussher & Kemp architecture, whilst providing unparalleled family living and entertaining areas both inside and outside. Recently refurbished including new carpets and featuring quality fittings and finishes, the home is further complemented by an abundance of period features and wonderful proportions. Downstairs comprising entrance hall, formal sitting and adjacent dining room, three bedrooms (main/WIR/ensuite/spa), study, powder room, a renovated and spacious kitchen and informal dining/living area, sparkling bathrooms and laundry. Upstairs timber panelled ceilings, three further bedrooms plus retreat. Living areas open to a mod-grass tennis court, in-ground trampoline and basketball court with rubber surrounds. Includes: AEG appliances, zoned R/C air conditioning throughout, ducted vacuum, Plantation Shutters, OFPs, attic storage, automated watering system and off street parking from Rubens Grove for up to five cars.

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