This gracious and elegant Edwardian residence features a two-storey extension plus heritage colours inside and out preserving its period integrity and interesting history reflecting life in Surrey Hills in the early 1900s - having been named after a ship and once owned by Egbert Nuttall one of the designers of The Australian Flag. Complemented by a typically leafy Surrey Hills backdrop on the Windsor Park Estate moments from Surrey Hills Village, Maling Road shops/cafes, schools, parks and transport options. Renovated with meticulous attention to detail the interior showcases abundant period features, exquisite stained glass, wonderful proportions and Baltic Pine floors throughout. A central hallway with vistas through to a solar-heated in-ground and water feature opens to a study/4th bedroom, formal sitting room, separate dining, three bedrooms (main WIR/ensuite, two attic-style), two bathrooms (one with claw-foot bath), laundry plus a superb French inspired country-style kitchen (WIP) and huge light-filled informal living and dining room leading to a sandstone paved outdoor entertaining precinct with wisteria-clad pergola and pool. Other features include Euro appliances and light fittings, ducted heating/cooling, original OFPs, R/C air-conditioner, roof storage, landscaped gardens, remote/double garage. Land: 805sqm/8654sqft (approx).
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