Commissioned by the former St James Church of England in 1889 to be designed by esteemed architect, Arthur Blackett, this unique heritage property holds great significance in the history of our beautiful Hawkesbury Region.
Restored in the summer of 2014, the property has been artfully reimagined into a delightful and comfortable loft style home, using eco-friendly materials where possible, beautifully pairing modern conveniences with the charm and delight of an era gone by.
*Cleverly designed galley kitchen featuring concrete and Paper Rock bench tops, integrated Fisher & Paykel twin-drawer dishwasher, Abey sink with old english tapware & Ilve gas cooktop and oven *Comfortable open plan living and dining spaces showcasing painted brickwork, gothic style arched windows and original timber ceiling *130-year-old kauri pine flooring *Slow combustion fireplace & ceiling fan *Integrated laundry boasting Miele washer & dryer *Loft level bedroom with stunning vaulted ceiling, lead light window, built in wardrobe & study nook *Delightful entertainers deck overlooking lush gardens complete with vegetable patch & established orange, mandarin, lemon, lime & pineapple guava trees *70,000L water tank *Carport & two garden sheds
Set on approximately 1,044 sqm, this unique property has been tightly held for many years and truly presents a once in a lifetime opportunity to own a part of our local history. It would make a beautiful home, a weekend escape, or a highly sought-after holiday rental.
The property will be offered for sale via public auction on Wednesday 27th October. Contact Robbie Dunn 0414 996 989 or Renae Darlington 0403 056 590 to schedule your private tour today.