Irvine Street – Top End North Side
With its wide frontage to Irvine Street and convenient laneway access to the west, the open northern frontage of this home was ideally suited to this style of residence. This home is inspired by the traditional Surrey buildings of England designed by renowned Architect Sir Edwin Lutyens. The house is named after a residence in the Kentish Hamlet of Upton near Bexleyheath which was a favorite destination for the owners of this home.
The home has timeless proportions with nearly every room enjoying northern sun over a verdant garden outlook. From the stained glass entrance created by ‘Gowers and Brown’ you are struck by the generosity of space within the home. On the ground floor there is a kitchen and family meals area opening to an expansive garden, living area, dining area, alternate Master or guests suite , all of which enjoy an open Northern garden view. A fitted study/ library just off the entry has its own street garden view. Upstairs is a large master suite, two other bedrooms, and an expansive living area – the rooms are large and welcoming.
This home has a timeless feel and is surrounded by garden. The rear garden features an established rose garden and lawn area with a luncheon pergola with seating. Perfect for breakfast and long Sunday lunches.
This home will immediately appeal to a family or couple that appreciate the incredible location and all the amenity that comes with a 30 m wide allotment just near the intersection of View Street. The river reserve on Freshwater Bay is at the bottom of the street just near the Yacht Club, Tennis Club and Manners Hill Park. With the Napoleon St village an equidistant walk away.
To live the life you deserve you need to see this fine family residence.