A Victorian-era constructing as soon as utilized by nuns has been reworked into one of many interior west’s most extravagant properties – with a price ticket to match.
The eight-bedroom home, one in all three properties transformed from the previous Convent of the Immaculate Conception in Balmain, was listed on the market this week with $12m hopes.
It contains 4 ranges of dwelling area serviced by a non-public carry, together with a house gymnasium, 600-bottle wine cellar and plush Italian marble finishes.
The gothic-revival constructing on Jane St was constructed in 1876 and authentic housed 10 Sisters of the Good Samaritan and 30 boarders.
An extra wing was added within the Nineties, which was offered off privately and transformed into the three homes within the 2000s.
The home at 14C Jane St underwent one other renovation in newer years and is now listed with BresicWhitney brokers Adrian Oddi and Shannan Whitney.
Mr Oddi stated the house had already attracted curiosity from abroad patrons regardless of solely simply hitting the market.
“The house owners have given it an entire overhaul … the client pool for this property will stretch properly out of Balmain,” he stated.
The house contains 702sqm of inside area and abounds with pure gentle. There are views throughout the town that take within the Harbour Bridge, CBD skyline and Anzac Bridge.
There are 4 ranges however some ceilings are nonetheless 8m excessive. Finer particulars embrace kauri floorboards and Australian cedar doorways.
Relying on the configuration, there are a minimum of seven bogs, together with a mixture of house places of work and a mess of bed room configurations.
The property is listed on the NSW State Heritage Register and with the Internal West Council as an merchandise of excessive native significance.
It is likely one of the most notable examples of gothic-revival structure within the space.
An previous newspaper report from the Nineties described the convent as occupying “one of the picturesque and beautiful sights round Sydney, its grand ‘corridor’ is with out rival and class in any of the scholastic establishments of the town.”
Designed by architect Edmund Blake, the construction is 5 bricks thick at floor stage, shifting to triple brick for the higher flooring.
It has council approval for a swimming pool, in addition to potential for four-car garaging, in line with data supplied by BresicWhitney.