Step inside and enjoy the ambience and period grandeur of this magnificent Hawthorn brick Italianate residence exemplifying the elegance and impressive proportions of the Victorian era, with a perfect combination of period features including tessellated tile verandahs, iron lacework, heritage colours, slate roof, stained glass windows, marble fireplaces, ornate cornices and ceiling roses representing its past character. Arguably one of the earlier homes on the Seymour Park subdivision in the 1890s the home was named after a vessel of the same name. Gracing a wide garden allotment and delivering a seamless blend of old and new comprising a gracious arched tessellated tile hallway opening to formal sitting and dining rooms, study, two downstairs bedrooms (main/WIR/ensuite), two period-style bathrooms and laundry. A light-filled rear two-storey extension includes generously proportioned informal living and dining spaces, Baltic Pine kitchen overlooking a verandah, alfresco area and fountain; plus upstairs retreat and two additional bedrooms.
Other features include intercom, alarm, d/heating/cooling/vacuum, remote gates tandem+single garages, off-street parking and original stables with four rooms.
Enhanced by a sought-after lifestyle location in the leafy environs of the Sunnyside Estate close to Burke Road, Camberwell Junction or the new Tooronga Village Complex, with easy access to the CBD via CityLink plus transport to many of Melbourne's prestige schools - all underpinning the family benefits.
Land size: 1,408sqm/15,150sqft approx.
No information about nearby schools in this area.