CHARMING: This character-filled Boambee home pays homage to yesteryear.
CHARMING: This character-filled Boambee home pays homage to yesteryear. Trevor Veale

A home unlike any other

THE Real Estate Property Guide team was swept into the breathtaking romance of another era at Middle Boambee this week.

This three-bedroom home with self-contained studio cottage on 3355 sq m at 18 Ayrshire Park Dr will feature on the front page of Saturday's Real Estate Property Guide, but if you're keen to get an earlier look, check out the Guide online now.

Nolan Partners selling agent Craig Gardner said it was a home to fall in love with.

"It's a magnificent statement of timeless elegance featuring outstanding street appeal. The combination of 12-foot ceilings, ornate plasterwork, hardwood timber floors, a claw-foot bath and wide verandas create a feel-good factor that immediately makes you feel like you've come home.”

The home has been designed in a 1920s style with a functional floor-plan that includes three bedrooms - two with ensuite - formal and informal living zones, a fabulous conservatory, home office and outdoor entertaining gazebo.

Separate from the homestead is a large studio cottage that features an open-plan lounge, dining and kitchen, separate bathroom and a loft-style bedroom upstairs.

"On an elevated block, the home ensures privacy and seclusion in what has always been a highly sought-after estate. This is relaxed, semi-rural living incorporating a home of timeless elegance that will be the envy of family and friends,” Mr Gardner said.

See more at the Real Estate Property Guide online.



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