Roseville, NSW, 2069
An original 1920s Californian bungalow home with modern touches and Asian decor that portrays an upper-class oeuvre. The striking Grand Piano sits in the first room of the home alongside the fireplace and modern light grey and white furniture.
The art-filled corridor leads to the master bedroom with high ceilings that give it grandeur. Other spaces in the home are large enough for groups of people to interact in including the dining table, outdoor seating area and circular lounge in the TV room. The kitchen and lounge area are open plan and located to the left-wing of the house and catches the afternoon sun.
A stand out is the gorgeous green garden, with its hedge-lined fence, tall trees, courtyard, pool and old school playground. The brick courtyard is central to the home. As you step out you imagine a luncheon to be sprawled out on the table in the warm sun. The terracotta-coloured tiles of the roof aid in setting the scene, and filming could even take place looking down from the dormer window above.
At the front of the house is a sleek timber floor alfresco that is more suited as an intimate seating area for afternoon tea while looking onto the gardens below.
Built in: 1920
Stairs to access door: 6
Property Size: 1200 sqm
Noise Level: Quiet
Natural Light: Medium
Parking: Yes, street parking
Location Rules: No Smoking inside house
Access Notes: Exclusive access