- Bed 5 | Bath 2 | Car 4
- 'Velladalora', 48 Coleman Street
- Agent: Andrew McLeod, Fitzpatricks, 0418 693 856
- Inspect: Saturday, November 11, 11.30am to noon
This magnificent property showcases the timeless elegance of the era with grand proportions.
Built in 1936 by Richard Jarick, this Spanish mission-style rendered double-brick home boasts textured stucco walls, triple arches and barley sugar columns with curvado roof tiles replicating the traditional Mediterranean cordova tile.
Hidden behind a large privacy hedge, sits this grand residential property with style and class of a bygone era. The house is listed as a building of significance with the NSW Chapter of Australian Institute of Architects.
The interior features grandiose high ceilings with decorative touches, as well as French doors and the original gorgeous wooden staircase.
The main bedroom is located downstairs with two-way ensuite, built-in robe and retreat room with door to the front patio.
The large renovated kitchen filters natural light through its large windows creating a wonderful space to prepare and create.
The home features Hydronic heating, two gas fireplaces, an evaporative cooler and all bedrooms have ceiling fans.
Filled with character and charm, the main bathroom features arches and styling of yesteryear while also including the conveniences of today.
Four upstairs bedrooms all feature decorative high ceilings and built-in-robes plus there is a light-filled upstairs living area that leads out on to a Juliet balcony overlooking Wagga Wagga. An additional games room is separate from the house and there is also a dedicated workshop and additional shed with plenty of room for storage.
Set on a large 2881-square-metre block, complete with perfect hedges, pristine gardens and enough room to fit a pool or tennis court.
A popular Turvey Park location, this large block is a rare find so close to the CBD. Schools, TAFE and child care are all close at hand, while it’s only minutes to the main street and Botanic Gardens.