What $5-$6m. buys in 3 States:
$5 to $6 million buys three very nice Federation properties in three Australian States:
A true home to Arts and Crafts:
NSW: Lanosa', 7 Harrison Street, Cremorne, NSW is a two-storey Federation Bungalow which has been home to a very artistic family, the Sarkas, and is situated on the city side of the Military Road business and shopping strip.
Actor and musician Eliska Sarka has lived there all her life. The interiors of this house are unbelievable. So step through the slideshow below to get a feel for this house. The property went to auction on February 27, with a price guide of $4.6 million to $4.8 million.
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The two-level home, which is currently configured as two large apartments, is brimming with Victorian Federation-style including high ceilings, leadlight windows, decorative architraves and original fireplaces.
It could easily be transformed into one big family home.
“This residence would suit a family with children, as we are close to so many top schools,” Ms Sarka said.
“Whoever buys this house, I know they will fall in love with the leadlight windows, original fireplaces, high ceilings and magnificent trees.”
Sales listing: 7 Harrison Street, Cremorne, NSW 2090 Sold 27 February 2020
Alder, a federation style period home in Middle Park, Victoria has been offered for sale for the first time since 1964. Opportunity beckons... (and only a block to the beach)
This beautiful but neglected freestanding Federation style period home is in Middle Park, one of Victoria's most coveted locations.
It is situated only 100m from the beach and moments to Albert Park Lake, villages, public transport and schools.
One of Middle Park's largest allotments: 17.1 m x 41.1m - 705 sqm approx.
Four bedroom, two bathrooms
Corner position with 3 street frontages
A once in a lifetime opportunity to create one of the district's finest family homes
It has been listed with a price guide between $5.8 million to $6.3 million
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Art Nouveau Features:
Spectacular Art Nouveau timber verandah styling
Elevated ornate tiled verandah entrance
Exquisite bay window
Original leadlight windows throughout
Four circular 'Oeil-de-boeuf' leadlight windows
Ornate ceiling roses,
Open decorative tiled fireplace
Ornate timber fretwork
And very close to the beach. Another similar property is offered nearby at the same price range:
Middle Park federation style trophy home hits the market - PropertyObserver.com.au 24 FEBRUARY 2020
Real Estate listing, with more photographs
Stirling's heritage-listed Forest Lodge and Garden
South Australia: One of the Adelaide Hill's top three 'Hill Station' estates; Forest Lodge and Garden, 19 Pine Street, Stirling -- was listed in February 2020 with hopes of between $4.8 million and $5.2 million.
'Forest Lodge' House, buildings and garden is an example of the grand houses and gardens constructed for Adelaide's wealthy in the Adelaide Hills in the nineteenth century.
This landmark Adelaide Hills property includes more than six hectares of heritage-listed gardens, and has now hit the market. It will be only the second time in nearly 130 years that the home will change hands.
The grand eight-bedroom, three-bathroom mansion, known as Forest Lodge, at 19 Pine Street, Stirling was listed in February 2020 with hopes of between $4.8 million and $5.2 million.
'Forest Lodge' has been associated, since its establishment, with various members of the Bagot family.
'Forest Lodge' was established by John Bagot in c.1890, a grandson of C H Bagot and himself a wealthy man.
Built in the manner of an English country house, this property had been continuously owned and occupied by the Bagot family - until 2002 when it was sold by Dr. Christopher Bagot, of Melbourne, to the current vendors.
Forest Lodge has a turret, stained-glass windows and stunning garden.
A lot of the classic homes built around that time had a turret to watch the ships come in; while Forest Lodge isn’t near the water, it has stunning views of the gardens around the home.
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The grand home, which is also listed on the State Heritage Register, has had some renovations to bring the kitchen and bathrooms into the modern age, but there are still many original features.
Detailed wood-panelling along hallways, a wooden staircase, polished floorboards, open fireplaces and stained-glass windows hark back to when the house was first built.
Read More about heritage-listed 'Forest Lodge':
The page on this site: Forest Lodge and Garden
Castle-like mansion in the Adelaide Hills listed for between $4.8 million and $5 million MELISSA HEAGNEY FEB 25, 2020
Be the king of the Hills in this historic mansion - Tom Bowden 22 FEB 2020
Stirling home on heritage register - Samela Harris, The Advertiser December 29, 2011
Some Historic Gardens in South Australia, by R.O. Beames and J.A.E. Whitehill, National Trust SA, second edition 1988 pages 37-42