Every man’s home is his castle as the saying goes – but who can really say that they own their very own castle, complete with turrets and ramparts, albeit sans dungeon?
Well, here is just the opportunity: the iconic Innisfallen Castle, named after a famous Irish castle, and after which Castle Cove was named, is now on the market and looking for expressions of interest.
Located at 14 Cherry Place, Castle Cove, the two buildings comprising the castle sit atop a very large landscaped 8,333sqm plot, looking out across the serene, extremely picturesque waters of Fig Tree Cove, Middle Harbour and beyond.
This hugely impressive, landmark heritage-listed building, built in 1904 of sandstone, is a magnificent example of Gothic architecture, and is ready and waiting for someone with a passion for history, a sense of style and who just loves to infuse their own identity with a classic property from times gone by.
You can create the sort of masterpiece you’ve always dreamt about as approved plans allow for the addition of a third building, to create a total of seven bedrooms, which will enable enhancement and completion of this spectacular property to its rightful place as part of Sydney’s colourful history.
And when it’s all done, you’ll have a trophy stately home and more, complete with home cinema, 20-metre swimming pool, gym, championship tennis court, plus the essential wine cellar.
With easy access to Chatswood or Sydney’s CBD, beaches and prestigious schools, it’s hard to better the location – and certainly almost impossible to find a more iconic property with historic status that you can mould to your own personal requirements!
14 Cherry Place, Castle Cove, NSW 2069
Tim Foote 041 609 0191
Stefon Bertram 040 407 1511
Belle Property Mosman