5 2 2 3018m²
In 1930, George Gavin Lawson - a renowned, forward-thinking architect from Edinburgh - had a vision to recreate the Dutch Colonial style foreign to South Australia at the time.
Today, amongst the suburban tranquility of The Common in Beaumont, his vision can be your slice of history to own - and what an epic slice it is!
Named Kirribilli, this heritage-listed masterpiece resembles the kind of grand elegance that will enchant forever and a day - inside and out.
Set back on your gargantuan 3000sqm block, the wide expanses of your manicured front yard partner the ivy-covered twin gables, Marseilles tiled roof, overhanging eaves and the sea of rendered masonry to deliver a front facade to behold.
Step inside the enchanting entry hall to be whisked away to another time and place, far away...
This stately, new world - drenched in dark Jarrah and blessed with the loftiest ceilings - implores you to explore every corridor, nook, cranny and expansive space in utter awe.
Amongst the 14 rooms in this epic adventure, find five massive bedrooms, a show-stopping billiard room and formal dining room - bask in the natural light that shines throughout and savour the five original fireplaces.
Keep moving - it seems there's always a new gem to uncover...
There's the kitchen with its massive butler's pantry; the study large and worthy enough be your sixth bedroom; the sunroom and the two verandahs overlooking the botanical gardens of your huge rear yard; and the dry cellar hiding conveniently underground.
And the 'maid's quarters' - a private wing privy to a sitting room, bedroom and bathroom that will all serve you well when guests come to stay and admire.
Because, no matter where you look, you can feel the prestige, history and exclusivity - a feeling that's rare to find and even rarer to own!
More reasons why we love this home:
- Architecturally designed and built over 366sqm
- Premium location overlooking The Common reserve
- Secure gated entry to front yard and circular driveway
- Large loggia entry porch
- Preserved original period features
- Automated watering system and two water tanks
- Huge double garage at rear
- Fully alarmed
- Loads of storage space - pantry and linen closets throughout
- Close to walking trails at Waterfall Gully and shopping at Burnside Village
- Close to great schools, including: Seymour College, Marryatville High, Loreto College, Linden Park Primary and more.
Ct / 5452/66
Council / City of Burnside
Zoning / R'R22
Built / 1929
Land / 3018m2
Frontage / 47.55m
Internal / 366m2
Council rates / $5,785.50pa
Water rates / $835.36pq
Es levy / $1,183.35pa