31 Wicks Road

$750,000 - $800,000


Property Features

Land Size
8000.00 m2
Floor Area
263 m2

Built In Robes
Open Fireplace
Reverse Cycle AirCon
Secure Parking

Stately Gums, a Grand Home & Botanical Brilliance

Prepare for a floor show. At the tip of Balhannah's township, a tale of estate-like grounds over approximately 2 acres, and in its heart, a three-bedroom 1920's sandstone bungalow casting dreams of a lifestyle in progress.

There's undisputable magic in the home and its surrounds, stealing glory from a purposeful placement of gums, pines and a neighbouring dam bouncing the beauty back;

And the grandeur of its classical bones? Take a tour to believe...

Responding to elegant upgrades over time, you'll see the generosity of room sizes with a myriad of uses - a palatial formal sitting room with open fire interlocking with an equally grand formal dining room host to leadlight doors, and your best friends all at once.

Where only a celebration (of which it's hosted many) or a magical Christmas Eve dare compete.

Magnificent proportions afford each of the bedrooms - a master with built-ins, Jarrah floors; picture window vistas and a play space of childhood dreams for the second and third, plus study (or 4th Bedroom) access and a sunroom within reach.

Drawing the blinds on these views? Sacrilege.

Recently renovated, the country kitchen is stamped in quality; Miele oven, warm Red Gum benchtops, tiled floors and a huge pantry room - call it a Butler's pantry if you like - store the wine, the appliances - it just works.

The sunroom alongside, true to name, suggests a recline and unwind space, or for a boots-off-jackets-off entry post gardening, it makes an ideal mud room.

Vintage and in mint-condition, the bathroom shines in the vogue of a later era.

A deeper conviction, your own horticultural passion, or a sympathetic vision shared with a garden designer will see these grounds reclaim their fruitful best.

Shaded by stately trees older than the home itself, undergrowth tickling the trunks, a bonfire ready to spark with log seating, and a windbreak of gums - respected remnants of a design curated by its former owners, generations ago...

Outdoor entertaining zones, a gazebo, winding paths and a wisteria-clad arbour. To the rear, a tennis court (in need of work) is bound by the prettiest rural backdrop.

What happens next will be ground-breaking, breathtaking and brilliant in Balhannah. Will it be yours?

What you'll love:
C.1920's Sandstone Bungalow on 2 acres
Botanical estate-like grounds & gardens
Spectacular rural vistas
Gazebo & alfresco dining areas
Jarrah timber floors
Leadlight details
Palatial room sizes
12ft. ceilings
Renovated country kitchen
Butler's pantry/wine store
3-phase power to house
Asphalt tennis court (in disrepair)

Adcock Real Estate - RLA66526

Andrew Adcock 0418 816 874
Nikki Seppelt 0437 658 067

*Whilst every endeavour has been made to verify the correct details in this marketing neither the agent, vendor or contracted illustrator take any responsibility for any omission, wrongful inclusion, misdescription or typographical error in this marketing material. Accordingly, all interested parties should make their own enquiries to verify the information provided.
The floor plan included in this marketing material is for illustration purposes only, all measurement are approximate and is intended as an artistic impression only. Any fixtures shown may not necessarily be included in the sale contract and it is essential that any queries are directed to the agent. Any information that is intended to be relied upon should be independently verified.

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