Built in 1874, the house approximately measures 280sqm. A magnificent neo-classical sandstone house with gothic influences. Optional 5 bedrooms, living room with bay-window, dining room, lounge and drawing room.
The fully modernised kitchen, with island bench, overlooks the large courtyard to the north, as well the expansive gardens fronting Princess Street. The former servants’ quarter have been converted to a bathroom, bedroom, utility and storeroom.
All rooms inside have high ceilings with centrepieces and ornate cornices plus a total of 7 open fireplaces. The house is fully centrally heated and features a security system.
There is the original coach house stables which doubles as a garage plus glass house and walled garden. There is also a walled 6m x 12m swimming pool, orchard, garden and grassed in area for entertaining.
The Liebig/Princess Street corner site is approximately 5,400sqm. The stunning gardens within have been meticulously modelled and maintained, serviced by a fully operational bore and pump.
This beautiful stately mansion on the hill is number 402 on the register of historic buildings.
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