Outdated and new come collectively at this centurion with a timeless renovation.
Named Clutha, the expansive dwelling at 7 Normanby Street, Brighton, is believed to initially date again to the 1900s.
The six-bedroom mansion steeped in custom and luxurious is priced at a negotiable $10m.
Nick Johnstone director Nick Johnstone labelled the house “one of many most interesting Victorians” he had come throughout.
“It’s impeccably renovated,” he mentioned.
“It seems like a rustic property whenever you step inside.”
The 2-storey floorplan spans 1019sq m.
He mentioned the house was just lately renovated by the present homeowners, sustaining the house’s placing interval prospers together with hovering ceilings, an arched hallway, leadlighting and marble-framed fireplaces.
Elaborate ceiling roses, Baltic pine flooring and chandeliers are different heritage options.
“They seamlessly blended the previous and new,” Mr Johnstone mentioned.
An up to date kitchen with a butler’s pantry, a brand new marble and terrazzo ensuite with a walk-in rainfall bathe, and underfloor heating are simply a number of the dwelling’s luxurious finishes.
“It’s additionally on one in every of Brighton’s most interesting streets, only a few doorways down from the seaside, Church Avenue and has a stunning northern orientation. The place is great,” Mr Johnstone mentioned.
He additionally famous its unique privateness, backyard hedging and manicured yard, designed by Eckersley Backyard Structure.
A romantic courtyard setting with French doorways, a glass-roofed alfresco space, and a heated swimming pool full the grand dwelling.
Mr Johnstone mentioned the property already had curiosity from plenty of established native households and expats who have been shifting again to Victoria after COVID.
The property is for personal sale.