30 Andrews Avenue KOORINGAL NSW 2650
- 4 BED
- 2 BATH
- 4 CAR
FIRST OPEN HOUSE - 10TH AUGUST 2019
FEATURES AT A GLANCE
Instantly engaging with its intriguing & grandly scaled façade and beautifully established gardens. Be inspired and explore the outstanding potential of this grand home and capitalise on its enormous potential for restoration or revival.
ABOUT THIS HOUSE
This iconic two-story family residence is set on a large 1908m² parcel
of land with arguably the best view in Wagga. With so many additional
features these are just to name a few; open fireplace, granite stone feature walls, French windows & doors, ornate cornice & decorative ceiling rose throughout, high ceilings, mezzanine with wrought iron & timber features, specular lighting, leadlight windows plus many antique detailing throughout, a property of timeless appeal.
Set in a highly prestigious address with spectacular views over Wagga, this extraordinary residence provides an outstanding family sanctuary. This property’s ultra-convenient setting is only moments to the Kooringal Mall Shopping Centre, local schools, doctors & public transport.
Large living room
Mezzanine spiral staircase
Separate meals area
Loads of storage
All with built-in robes
Additional living or retreat off the second bedroom
Reverse cycle heating and cooling
Huge four-car garage
Under house storage
A large granny flat or additional living space on the lower level has essential services connected and is ready for development. Convert into Airbnb, separate living, additional bedrooms, bath etc
30 ANDREWS AVENUE - HISTORICAL FEATURES
A total of 10,000 bluestone rocks were purchased to create retaining walls throughout the property. These originated from Flemington Racecourse in Melbourne and are incredibly sought after with a retail value in today's market of $12-$18 each.
An exposed granite feature wall in the loungeroom was made from rocks collected from the Bendigo Law Courts in Victoria. The rocks were alleged to have been hand-cut by prisoners back in the early 1900s.
The internal doors are made from Kauri Pine and were taken from the old sleeping locomotive quarters in Junee.
The main staircase is from the Prince of Wales Hotel in Wagga Wagga.
The kitchen and study ceiling is made from European Baltic Pine with the lounge room ceiling made from a rare variety of Mahogany.
One of the most talked-about features is the prison door into the semi-outdoor spa area. This was taken from the old Police station in Thurgoona Street in Albury. There are records that a young Ned Kelly was held overnight for disorderly behaviour back in the day at this station. Perhaps behind this very door.
The garden features ancient rock statues from Asia and is enclosed in a mix of well developed and mature English trees and palms of many varieties.
- Price $799,000
- Property Type House
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