This impressive and very elegant Victorian family home has a fascinating history as it was once used as a Boys School boarding house during the second World War.
Its elevated location is conveniently situated within a sought-after area on the edge of the town within walking distance of the high calibre schools in both the private and state sectors as well as being within easy access of the major road networks. Set over three floors this substantial detached house has been very tastefully restored and up-dated to complement and embellish a wealth of splendid period features. The very attractive and interesting layout features the spacious central Entrance Hall and Galleried Landings with up to six bedrooms and three well-proportioned reception rooms all enjoying excellent levels of light as well as taking full advantage of the exceptional views to the South and West across the town and open countryside beyond.
The extensive grounds and landscaped gardens total .65 of an acre and feature a large paved sun terrace perfect for outdoor dining and wide range of interspaced mature trees, attractive well-stocked flower beds, an attractive arbour with climbing plants, raised beds and a large vegetable plot with greenhouse and fruit trees.
The splendid Wellingtonia tree, at the bottom of the garden is believed to be over 75 years old and carries a Tree Preservation Order.