Modelled on the architectural and heritage listed 'Tomago House' in nearby Tomago, 'Killara' sits on over two acres with uninterupted views of Dudley Beach and the Pacific Ocean.
Agent, Ken Jacobs, told SCHWARTZWILLIAMS, "Killara is unquestionably one of Newcastle's most significant estates. The home offers wonderful ocean views and the level of finishes and attention to detail is outstanding. Along with the main home, the property also features a guest house and stables for horse enthusiasts. A modern home modelled on a timeless classic, Killara offers peace and luxury."
The property was built from convict sandstock bricks, Welsh slate, and sandstone from Wonder Bay. There are red granite floors, gold leaf wallpaper from England and copper guttering.
There are five bedrooms with red cedar built in wardrobes and handmade curtains and four marble bathrooms, including two ensuites. The lower level is self-contained with a kitchenette, office and home theatre.
A Waterford crystal chandelier hangs in the formal dining room. Casual living and dining spaces flow off the kitchen that includes Tasmanian oak cabinetry and a tradional Aga stove.
- Billiard room
- Bar room
- Four custom sourced fireplaces
- Swimming pool
The property is close to Charlestown and twenty minutes from Newcastle and is for sale by Expressions of Interest, closing 5pm Tuesday 2nd May.
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