A truly iconic residence in Burradoo, New South Wales is one of the most sought-after residential addresses in the Southern Highlands and it is awaiting its next custodian.
Built in 1890, the heritage-listed Anglewood House is an exceptional property, set on five acres of luscious greenery.
DiJones real estate agent, Deirdre Brennan, said: “Anglewood house is the ultimate family retreat, it is all about lifestyle, space and entertaining – on a grand scale.”
The vast estate is complete with a tennis court, an indoor swimming pool and guest quarters, meaning it can also lend itself as an exciting business opportunity for an adventurous buyer.
“The existing owner carried out the restoration in 2002 returning Anglewood to its former residential grandeur. They have enjoyed Christmases, a wedding and other family occasions at the property and feel privileged to have owned it,” Ms Brennan said.
The unique appearance of this grand property is perhaps more suited to a countryside mansion you would expect to find in the UK, although its charming features fit perfectly with its delightful surroundings.
“The magnificent Queen Anne Revival style architecture is unique and rather romantic. My favourite feature is the striking original black and white marble floor in the entrance with three storey central light well above,” said Ms Brennan.
Get lost in the wonderful gardens that encircle this magnificent home, where peace and tranquillity can be endlessly enjoyed.
“Its extensive five-acres of grounds, mature old-world garden and privacy in a prestigious blue-ribbon location within the Southern Highlands really make this property stand out.”