Emerging from the streetscape in all of its glory, this Circa 1846 property of historical significance, 'Wattle House,' stands proudly as St Kilda's oldest house and was designed by renowned Architect, 'Samuel Jackson.' The location is spectacular with Acland Street cafes, shops, restaurants, bars, St Kilda Beach, St Kilda Station and trams just footsteps away.
This Gothic Revival property has just been fully renovated and is picturesque from the onset with its famous steeply pitched gable roof while inside, soaring ceilings, Baltic pine floors and Tudor details are gifts of this rich era which keep on giving.
A captivating foyer entrance welcomes a grand formal living area where stunning leadlight is a serious head-turner while an elegant chandelier and charming fireplace, all play their part in taking your breath away.
The luxurious contemporary kitchen is where the 'MasterChef' will be in their element, courtesy of the two Miele ovens, five burner Miele cooktop, integrated Miele dishwasher, wine fridge, Liebherr integrated fridge and antique granite benchtop while a separate dining room and a sun-filled outdoor alfresco area with an outdoor kitchen plumbed for gas sets the scene for entertaining.
Upstairs lies four luxurious bedrooms, two bedrooms have built-in robes while two bedrooms boast walk-in robes and they are all serviced by their own premium sleek ensuites. The master bedroom steals the limelight with its indulgent marble ensuite and beautiful box bay window while one of the bedrooms even has its own bath and a fireplace. On the ground level, a flexible room can be a fifth bedroom or an additional lounge room.
Lavished with every conceivable desire including a video intercom, a powder room with a marble benchtop, a separate laundry, hydronic heating, cooling, a landscaped established garden and a secure gate with two tandem car spaces, this property is a dream and is nationally recognised as one of the very few pre-gold buildings which have survived in Victoria. Strictly by appointment only.