You might be forgiven for mistaking this Burnside dwelling for a historic mansion.
Its grand facade and nineteenth century-style inside supply an old-world appeal – however the dwelling is definitely lower than 30 years outdated.
The four-bedroom home at 35 Royal Avenue, which is in the marketplace, was in-built 1993 by famend Adelaide builder David Cheney.
Martin Actual Property director Colin Martin, who’s promoting the 1680sqm property, mentioned the homeowners labored with Cheney to design the interval recreation and spared no expense constructing it.
“They waited and waited for him to be obtainable to do it,” he mentioned.
“It appears to be like like a small fortress from the highway as a result of it has that turret look to it within the brickwork.
“Main as much as the property … it offers off a really stately really feel.”
Lofty ceilings, ornate arches, leadlight home windows, parquetry flooring and detailed fireplaces are among the many dwelling’s grand character options.
One among its 4 bedrooms has a walk-in wardrobe, one other has french doorways that open to the facet yard, and the master bedroom is full with each a walk-in gown and an ensuite.
The center of the house is an open-plan kitchen, eating and residing space with chandeliers, high quality wallpapers and an abundance of home windows – together with a bay window – that fill the house with pure gentle
The eating room opens to the backyard at one facet, and to a coated alfresco leisure space on the different.
There’s additionally an arbour and a shed exterior, amongst established landscaped gardens, coated parking for six vehicles and a cellar.
Mr Martin mentioned the homeowners have been promoting the house, which is listed with no price ticket, to downsize.