Saturday, July 04, 2015

Saturday realestate fix #realestate #adelaide #stirling

This 1850s built 5 bedroom, 2 bathroom sandstone villa is set on 3,451 square metres of land at Stirling in the Adelaide hills.   Founded in 1888, Stirling was the preferred location for many English immigrants to settle to escape Adelaide's baking-hot summers on the plains.  Only 16 km from the city, Stirling is home to many large villas set in magnificent gardens.  Stirling and other hills townships have a completely different climate to the suburbs on the Adelaide plains. Stirling receives an average of 46 inches of rain per year, making it the wettest place in South Australia.

This particular villa has maintained the heritage style of the building and gardens but has a modern 21st  interior.

Modern artworks and modern furniture work well within the classical bones of the villa.

There are beautiful views to the garden from all the windows.

There is a large butler's pantry off the kitchen, adjacent to the black-board door.

With nearly 3,500 sq metres of land, there is plenty of rooms for children to play and for garden lovers to potter.

You can see more images here.

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