Built ca. 1905 and believed to be designed by architect Thomas Cosh for William C. Penfold, the stationer, this elegant Federation home was positioned in walking distance to the railway amidst the orchards and gardens of its time. The 70's saw this grand home divided into 3 strata title apartments, of which this apartment set at the back of the building was the old servants quarters and as such presents a unique 2 story layout more reminiscent of a terrace house than an apartment.
- Impressive high ceilings throughout with large sunlit windows - 2 Large bedrooms both with their own bathroom. - French doors that open to a small terrace with direct access to the private back garden - Nestled on manicured parkland grounds -Shared external laundry, storage room and workshop -Single carport and ample on street parking - Easy walk to rail and Turramurra village
This apartment melds impressive elegance and grandeur with comfort and easy living, making this prized property a must to inspect.
(ENTRANCE ON LEFT HAND SIDE OF THE PROPERTY THROUGH THE CARPORT)