Elizabeth Bay, NSW, 2011
This stately sandstone home in Elizabeth Bay is the ideal location for film, photoshoots and TV.
The 3300 square metre waterfront home is the perfect example of victorian design. Cedar-moulded joinery is a feature of its expansive interiors, as are double hung sash windows and French doors. A slate roof, cast-iron balcony balustrading and a turned timber staircase highlight the estates enduring elegance.
There are seven colonial-style bedrooms sprawled across the two-storey mansion, complemented by two studies, regal entertaining spaces and two gourmet kitchens. A two-bedroom self-contained flat sits above the garage and there is also a generous office and stunning cellar space. Some of the standout features of the location are the conservatory-style sunroom and quaint marble fireplaces.
Outside, towering fig trees cast shade over the pristine harbourfront gardens that stretch down to a private sea pool, a jetty and boathouse.
This is a great location for all crew sizes, with plenty of space for equipment storage, parking and privacy.
Built in: 1886
Stairs to access door: 0
Property Size: 1 acre
Noise Level: Quiet
Natural Light: Yes