OPEN HOME CANCELLED - Osier Bank - Circa 1897
Commanding a premier position under the glorious plane trees at the entrance to the Historic Town of Richmond you will find this magnificent heritage homestead, originally built for Richmond bootmaker, William Sullivan in 1897.
Situated behind an exclusive double gated brick fence a circular driveway and gardens are revealed, a narrative entrance leading you to the period façade. Upon entry you are greeted with an impressive entrance hall, soaring 12’ ceilings with ornate cornices and fretwork, 6” Baltic pine floorboards and stunning feature fireplaces. The home includes 4 bedrooms, master with ensuite, lounge, kitchen, formal dining and a grand drawing/ballroom to the rear of the home.
Offering endless opportunities to add your own personal touches to the home and surrounding gardens, the established Crepe Myrtles, Jacarandas and Camellias provide a perfect base for your landscape plan.
A substantial land holding in the centre of town, only 125m to the city train and walking distance to shops, restaurants and cafes, the property is nestled comfortably on two titles comprising of approx. 2143 square metres (over half an acre) with two road frontages. Electric gates from the secondary street frontage offers secure parking and a separate workshop/garage.
This truly is an outstanding property and must be seen to appreciate its significance.
For further details or to book an inspection please contact Robbie Dunn : 0414 996 989 or Rachel Gambrill : 0488 717 185.