Built around 2002 within a century-old garden, this villa is in a unique and established small complex comprised of just three detached homes: the main house (circa 1919) and two spacious but privately-located large villas within its original grounds. It has all the benefits of a stunning 21st century home amid the leafy charm of age-old trees.
With fully landscaped, private gardens and gated security, this home feels like a luxury Burradoo house, but without the acre of upkeep and the unused rooms. If you don’t have another century up your sleeve to wait for a magical garden to grow around your downsizing dream home, we recommend you inspect quickly. A hundred years is a long-time to wait — this one will be snapped up!
With warm and inviting décor and beautiful, north-facing courtyards it is just a short walk to Harris Farm Markets, medical facilities, hospitals, and Bowral town centre.
It features three bedrooms, two bathrooms (the main being family-sized and exquisite), and an open-plan kitchen/living/dining area that faces north to capture wonderful winter sun. Solid brick, with a single garage attached to the house, it also has dedicated off-street parking for additional vehicles if required. The villa is surrounded by stunning old cypress trees, lovely Japanese maples, liquid amber and old camellias. Serene, peaceful and with quiet, friendly neighbours this is Southern Highlands luxury living.
A full laundry, an impressive entry foyer and its beautifully proportioned interior are complemented by:
• Gas heating plus reverse-cycle split system air conditioner and ceiling fans
• Solar roof fan and double insulation in roof
• Smeg oven, gas cooktop and dishwasher
• Freshly painted interior and exterior
• A two-minute drive (or a walk) to the hospital, doctors, restaurants and cafes in one of Australia’s most desirable, up-market and well-equipped small town for retirees
Move into low-maintenance luxury in beautiful Bowral, potter in your small garden surrounded by a large, lovely garden retreat and walk everywhere!
Saturday 21 July01:30pm - 02:00pm
Saturday 28 July01:30pm - 02:00pm