A grand, stately home in Burradoo changed hands today with the lucky new owners getting the keys to this truly remarkable property.
‘Patchway’, at 26-28 Ranelagh Road, is an impeccable property of the utmost quality, with vast room sizes and stunning gardens complimenting the ever-present sense of history and charm throughout.
The property, built in 1933, sold for an undisclosed price after being listed with a price upon application campaign, although the guide price was thought to be in the region of $5.5 million.
Ray White Director, Gene Fairbanks, said: “It was the original homestead in that section of Burradoo, it’s on two acres and has beautiful gardens, it’s full brick and it’s just a classic Southern Highlands home.”
The elegant five-bedroom estate boasts some stunning features, with a great blend of formal and casual living spaces inside and out to be enjoyed year-round.
“It has underfloor heating and parquetry floors throughout, it’s just a gorgeous family home, it’s as good as you get in Burradoo and the southern highlands,” Mr Fairbanks said.
“The gardens are absolutely amazing and the master bedroom is half of the upstairs area, with gorgeous views, it’s an old classic home, as good as they get.”
The vendors are moving up to Sydney after enjoying their Burradoo homes for many years.
“They are a lovely couple who have been in the Southern Highlands for a long time and they’re heading back to Sydney,” Mr Fairbanks said.