This heritage listed property in the Italianate style has been restored and refurbished to the highest of standards.
The large, light-filled front sitting room has an open fireplace and French doors opening to the verandah, with a northerly aspect overlooking the parklands, ideal for entertaining.
There are two double bedrooms separated by the up-to-date bathroom designed by Virginia Blue of Sydney and featuring a 1930's terrazzo floor.
The dining and living room at the back of the house spans the width of the property and adjoins the kitchen designed and built by Adelaide designer Khai Liew. It features wooden cabinetry and Corotone bench tops. The William Morris style, bookshelf-lined study (or third bedroom) and the living/dining room fireplace are also designed by Khai Liew
The back garden area is private and secluded with beautiful garden beds and rear access.
The social history of this distinguished house includes the early meetings leading to the establishment of the Contemporary Art Society of South Australia and the State Theatre Company, and later as the home of formal and informal entertaining for the Art Gallery of South Australia.
These properties are extremely tightly held and seldom become available to the market.
A unique opportunity.