Historic Burradoo House a must to see

Historic Burradoo House a must to see

One of the Southern Highlands most prestigious residences, historic Burradoo House, is on the market again, having been meticulously restored over the last 3 years.

Di Jones Real Estate Sales Agent Kate McCullagh said the owners are relocating to Europe and were planning to have the sale finalised before Christmas.

“The couple purchased the home in November 2014 with the view to keeping the property for many years, however their circumstances have changed and they are reluctantly selling the grand country house.

“Built in 1927, the French country style inspired property was meticulously restored since their purchase to something you have never seen before.

“The property sees all the grand architectural features of its period, including the coffered, pressed metal and plaster ceilings, curved walls, timber floors, large paned windows and several open fireplaces with ornate fire surrounds.

“The large colonnaded portico entrance also enjoys a Georgian theme and overlooks the tiered water fountain. French timber shutters covering floor to ceiling windows and doors and the huge expanse of parquetry flooring extend through the enormous commercial grade gourmet kitchen, family eating area and formal living room,” Ms McCullagh said.

Ms McCullagh said extremely versatile, the current configuration of Burradoo House sees 6 generous bedrooms and 4 bathrooms, with the master bedroom featuring a separate sitting and bed area together with walk-in robe and ensuite. The guest suite also enjoys a large separate sitting and bed area, and ensuite bathroom.

“In addition, the guest suite has a private and substantial outdoor terrace and its own ground floor entrance. The second guest suite, with its lovely outlook of the front gardens, has an ensuitebathroom and an exclusive separate outdoor terrace. The remaining 3 bedrooms are character filled and generously proportioned. All have outstanding garden views.

“The outdoor facilities include an in-ground pool in a stone paved setting with an arbour of grand colonnaded Georgian columns,” Ms McCullagh said.

The property at 111 Burradoo Road, Burradoo is for sale under private treaty with a price guide of $5.5 million.

For further information or to speak with Di Jones Real Esate Sales Agent Kate McCullagh, contact Helen Hull at media@dijones.com.au or on 0419 642 961