WEEROONA CIRCA 1956
- 3 Beds
- 2 Baths
- 4 Cars
Once a humble 1950's cottage, Weeroona has undergone a total contemporary transformation, sympathetic to the retro era, yet incorporating all the modern luxuries you would expect to find in a home of today such as double glazing, engineered Porter's French Oak flooring, underfloor heated bathrooms, stone benchtops, and European appliances.
A seamless new extension ties back in with the original building's heritage, showcasing a parents retreat with walk-in-robe, ensuite with luxuriously deep bath, and floor to ceiling louvered windows to capture the fresh mountain breeze on a warm summer evening.
Bespoke kitchen with Blanco appliances, overlooking the extensive courtyard and entertaining areas
Butlers pantry with integrated laundry
Multiple living areas, including a cosy and intimate snug with a Jotul slow combustion fire
Hydronic gas-fired central heating with Italian boiler
Fully insulated walls, floor, and ceiling
Professionally landscaped courtyard and surrounds
Mature cool climate trees including maples, ornamental pears and plums, and extensive bay, camelia, and pittosporum hedges
Multiple water tanks and pumps for use with garden irrigation
Enormous attic space and under house storage
Large corner block (1119 sq metres) in sought after pocket of Blackheath half-way between the village and world-renowned Govett's Leap
Off Street parking for up to 3 cars plus a single garage
1 garage space and 3 off street parks
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