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One of the largest private lands on the prestigious eastern side of Roseville has been on the market for the first time since 1947 this week with a $ 10 million guide.
Located on 2785 square meters on 40 Roseville Avenue, the elegant four-bedroom home was built in 1897 and was one of the first homes on the street.
James Sutton of McGrath Lindfield sells the property to its owner, dermatologist Dr. Richard Armati and his wife Jill Armati.
The house was formerly owned by Dr. Leo Almaty, the father of Dr. Almaty, and was given to the couple in 1979.
Sutton said the house was purchased as part of the real estate at Roseville Station and was used as a Kuyon private hospital from 1941 to 1948.
“It’s a great asset,” he said.
“The house itself is incredible because of its age.
We worked with local heritage architect Harvey Little, who helped us redesign the floor plan while preserving its original functionality. “
The result is a compassionate, modern touch that perfectly blends with the charm of the original era and creates the perfect 21st century family home.
The circular driveway provides a magnificent entrance to the property. A house with a wraparound veranda surrounded by gentle lawns and wonderful gardens.
Sutton said the gardens are a major feature of the land. Dr. Almaty’s father planted an orchard, some of which was cultivated and exported to the United States. He said the macadamia tree and the pink camellia japonica tree are well known in the neighborhood.
“The gardens are nice and in good condition,” he said.
“This property is a once-in-a-generation opportunity. It’s very easy to move to a family home.”
Other features of the house include an elegant formal lounge and dining room, both with original marble fireplaces, and a casual family living room facing the veranda and gardens. Main bedroom with carved staircase, dressing room and ensuite, high ceiling, ducted air conditioning, ceiling fan.
This year was a big year for Roseville and had a lot of sales. One of Roseville’s most iconic properties, 35-39 William St, broke the suburban selling price record in August. It sold in a hurry for about $ 13.8 million in 14 days.
According to CoreLogic, the property was last traded in 2005 for $ 3.3 million.
Earlier this month, Sutton’s colleague Glenn Callan sold 6433 square meters of real estate on 58 Shirley Road for $ 10.1 million.
According to realestate.com.au, median home prices in Roseville have risen 27.5% to $ 3,575,000 in the last 12 months.
Roseville real estate for many years has been on the market with a $ 10 million guide
https://www.realestate.com.au/news/longheld-roseville-estate-hits-the-market-with-a-guide-of-10m/ Roseville real estate for many years has been on the market with a $ 10 million guide