Tudor in Paradise; a true treasure with its best days ahead of it near the Linear Trail
What was one of Paradise’s first properties is also one of its only Tudors, making it like something out of Malvern – minus the price tag – and a true treasure of a quiet pocket that puts the Linear Park trail and O-Bahn-to-CBD within a stroll.
Built by and for the prominent Gameau family in 1930, this grand 4-bedroom character home on some 860sqm has seen Paradise grow from market gardens to family drawcard.
And the years have been very kind to this sandstone fronted home with the character hallmarks to leave some of those Malvern counterparts in its wake…
Think intricate ceiling decorations that soar to 3.2m above rare polished timber, handcrafted leadlight, feature fireplaces, and a versatile bevvy of spaces with scale and natural light in indulgent doses.
Subtle yet notable, a rear floor plan alterations has ensured open-plan living and a fourth bedroom future proof a home that will take the daily batterings of a big family and still look beautiful.
Speaking of beautiful, the boundless formal rooms at the front of the home are as much showpieces as they are just two very handy spaces up your sleeve.
With a Blackwood kitchen, room for a grand piano, hardy cork floors, a cosy combustion fire, French door access and views to pergola and pool-ready rear yard, a new extension is simply not needed here.
Today, the kitchen – boasting breakfast bar, dishwasher, storage galore, and room to swing a cat and cook with reckless abandon – will serve you well.
One day down the track, it’s a chance to make your own mark.
Just like the Gameau family did.
More reasons why we love this home:
– Lock-up carport with remote entry, room for three cars and drive-through access to large garage
– Efficient split heating and cooling
– 1KW solar system for reduced energy bills
– Beautifully presented gardens with irrigations and timers to front
– Large separate laundry
– Upgraded main bathroom
– Storage galore, including built-in robes to bedrooms 1 and 2
– Ornate lighting to original home
– Close to a range of quality schools, including Sunrise Christian School and Charles Campbell College
– Just a short drive from Tony and Marks, Foodland and Target at Newton Central shopping precinct
CT / 5831/903
Council / City of Campbelltown
Zoning / R’3
Built / 1930
Land / 859m2 approx
Frontage / 21.64m approx
Council Rates / $1,703.80pa
SA Water / $406.49pq
ES Levy / $139.75pa
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