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'Grange Mount' c.1915 – A Slice of Newcastle's History
Your chance to own a slice of Newcastle's rich history presents itself with the purchase of stunning 'Grange Mount,' a Federation style home built in 1915 by the Rundle family of the Rundle's Tailoring institution. Positioned on a north facing 1,088sqm corner block, stunning original features steal the show including stained glass windows, return verandahs, tessellated tiles, 11ft ornate ceilings, ornamental fireplaces, hardwood floors and fretwork.

Inside, a seamless fusion of period elegance and contemporary appeal rings true to the home's architectural pedigree with a striking new kitchen, two renovated bathrooms, and a choice of formal and casual living and dining areas kept comfortable with ducted air-conditioning and a winter gas fire. Four bedroom accommodation makes Grange Mount a superb home for a growing family. Surrounded by sun-drenched leafy gardens featuring fruit trees and ornamental plants including a 100-year-old Canary island palm, the large corner block is enclosed by an ornate brickwork fence built during the depression under a government program to employ out of work brick layers.

Boasting a history that's a rich as its period ornament, Grange Mount was purchased by BHP who used the residence to house its managers over the years, until it was privately purchased in 1969. It has only been offered for sale once in the last 53 years. Here's the chance to make it yours!

- Red double brick exterior and terracotta roof with dual frontage to Elizabeth St
- Grand master bedroom with walk-in robe and ensuite featuring a clawfoot bath
- Three further bedrooms served by renovated shower bathroom
- Formal lounge/music room opens via French doors to verandah
- Family room with winter gas fire and access to sunroom and gardens
- Dining room and library provides additional space for family to stretch out
- Stunning new kitchen featuring Caesarstone benches, Belfast sink, shaker cabinetry, integrated dishwasher and Smeg 6-burner gas stove
- Single garage plus double gates allowing additional off-street parking
- External laundry with handy third w/c, under house storage
- In-floor ducted a/c, 8 solar electricity panels
- Stroll to Cowie Reserve playground, Hunter Christian School, Mayfield West Public school and Hillcrest Tennis Club
- 800m stroll to Maitland Road's shops and cafes, 10-minute drive into the city
- Generous 1088sqm corner block with subdivision potential subject to council approval.



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