Do you dream of sprawling on a lush lawn to soak up the sunshine with only the soothing sound of nature filling your ears? At Burradoo House you can do just that.
This grand, 1920s property is nestled in the tranquil heart of Australia’s famed Southern Highlands, a 90-minute drive from Sydney.
Crafted entirely of glass, the conservatory is wouldn’t look out of place in a film set in the early 18th-century.
French timber shutters covering floor-to-ceiling windows and doors, ornamental gardens featuring a tiered water fountain and an elegant outdoor terrace are some of the house’s attractions – but it’s the dramatic two-storey conservatory that steals the show.
Crafted entirely of glass, the conservatory is wouldn’t look out of place in a film set in the early 18th-century. The windows, roof, walls and double-glass doors provide uninterrupted views of the manicured lawns – a horticulturist’s dream. Just in case that isn’t enough, the underfloor heating means you won’t have to worry about cold toes during nippy winters.
The beautiful gardens were originally designed by Claude and Isobel Crowe of Berrima Bridge Nursery. It is believed the pair also planted the impressive 15-metre oak tree in the grounds.
The windows, roof, walls and double-glass doors provide uninterrupted views of the manicured lawns – a horticulturist’s dream.
Flaunting six generous bedrooms (including three substantial suites, each with separate sitting areas), four bathrooms (three are ensuites), a four-car garage, an in-ground pool complemented by a resort-style cabana, an expansive gourmet-style kitchen complete with a butler’s pantry, a dining room, a library, hydronic underfloor heating throughout and open fireplaces – you’ll never want to leave.
This magical 2.5 acres, set in a blue-ribbon area where a number of historic mansions and large architectural homes reside on small acreages, is hidden from view by elegant gates.
The 92-year-old estate has been recently restored, with mod cons added to its heritage charm, to allow for a relaxed country lifestyle requiring minimal maintenance.
This grand, 1920s property is nestled in the tranquil heart of Australia’s famed Southern Highlands.
The completely fenced property has dozens of sightlines throughout the home leading straight into the garden and pool – making it ideal for families.
Whether you want to enjoy a refreshing drink under the oak tree or harvest fresh produce from the established vegetable garden for lunch in the grand dining area, Burradoo House has something for everyone.
Does this sound like your dream home? Contact Knight Frank to view by appointment. Price on application.