A Historic Residence of Grand ProportionsNorth Sydney Sold / $3.001M
This beautiful sandstone residence has stood the test of time, constructed in 1880 and rich in local history. Originally the home of artist Percy Lindsay - the brother of Norman Lindsay, it was restored and transformed under the guidance of renowned architect David Boddam-Whetham.
Exacting in its quality, craftsmanship and proportions, the home displays a careful balance where old meets new, seamlessly integrating the warmth and richness of its remarkable solid sandstone walls with stunning contemporary finishes and highlighting them in many places with the inspired use of creative down lighting and up lighting.
Full use has been made of its generous 435sqm (approx.) block with open plan entertaining spaces sweeping out to the alfresco terrace and lush gardens. Showcasing lavish room sizes and the finest of finishes, this unique home is a light filled haven of exemplary style resting in an exclusive pocket just moments to North Sydney, CBD, bus, rail and bayside parks.