One of Sydney's finest examples of Georgian Revival architecture built c1860, the heritage-listed Trahlee is a magnificent manor conversion with a rich pedigree and was home to the Fairfax family from 1866 to 1878. Standing proud behind a grand gated forecourt, the exclusive boutique collection comprises six private residences all with a unique layout, beautiful period features and elegant proportions. A rare opportunity to purchase 50% of the landmark building, three apartments are offered for sale in one line (separate titles) presenting a unique opportunity for the multi-generational family or to secure a significant part of Australia's history in a dress-circle location just 800m to Double Bay village and a level 250m stroll to The Scots College.
Set behind a grand gated forecourt with a circular driveway, Trahlee features an elegant entry foyer and all apartments come with a lock-up garage on title. Apartments 5 & 6 are positioned on the upper floor and could easily be converted into a unique four-bedroom home. Northerly sunshine, soaring 3.6m ceilings and refined period features create a welcoming feel with tranquil leafy outlooks and leafy harbour vistas out over Double Bay can be enjoyed from deep private balconies. Apartment 3 opens out to landscaped common gardens and has undergone a high-spec custom renovation. Each apartment is beautifully presented and features two large bedrooms, contemporary kitchens and spacious living areas and are ready to move in or rent out making this a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity in Bellevue Hill.
A rare surviving Georgian Revival manor, Trahlee is as unique as it is inspiring. Double Bay's celebrated harbour playground is at the doorstep with its fashionable European style shopping village and vibrant dining scene as well as renowned marinas, waterfront restaurants and idyllic Redleaf Pool. The possibilities are endless and the opportunity extraordinary.
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