Stunning 'Chase Farm', Period Beauty, Superb Potential

Once surrounded by flourishing orchards and now beautifully concealed from the road, 'Chase Farm', delivers an exceptional and rare buying opportunity in a dress-circle locale. The stone, slate and brick home is a stunning example of early 1900's style and holds all the charm and romance of its past. It rests on a magnificent, completely level 1612sqm with a north facing pool and alfresco spaces and provides its new owner with a wealth of possibility including renovation, extension or replacement (STCA). Private and serene, it boasts access from both Bannockburn Road and Handley Avenue and sits a stroll to the bus, Princes Street shops, the recently renewed Irish Town Grove and Pymble Public School.

– Completely hidden from the road, gated entrance
– Sweeping level lawns and beautiful flowering gardens
– Solid brick, stone and slate home, wide front verandah
– Superb ornate ceilings, wallpaper finishes, timber floors
– Lounge with original fireplace, formal dining, TV/family
– Covered terrace plus large, paved entertainer's terrace
– Large pool with diving board, neat & tidy original kitchen
– Laundry/mudroom, spacious bedrooms, home office
– Optional 5th bed or additional living room, ensuite, BIRS
– Garden shed, large DLUG with mezzanine area, carport

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