A unique offering of effortless quality and timeless style, this remarkable property is a masterpiece from the Mid Century Modern School of Architecture. Built for the Australian Women's Weekly in 1962 by the celebrated architect Neville Gruzman and reminiscent of the iconic Frank Lloyd Wright, this breathtaking home rests on an impressive 746sqm.
Built for the Australian Women's Weekly, with an additional adjoining one bedroom studio added in 1968, the interiors have been immaculately restored throughout. With clean modernist lines, an understated colour palette and a superb interplay between flowing space and the light of a northern aspect, the home sits perfectly within the environment and seamlessly integrates indoor and outdoor areas.
All bedrooms are doubles with built-ins, while the deluxe contemporary kitchen has glass splashbacks and stainless steel gas appliances. The expansive open plan entertaining areas include distinct lounge and dining spaces, while additional features include a solid double brick construction, cork and polished timber floors, air conditioning, high ceilings, fireplace, undercover terrace and a pool.
Tranquilly set amongst beautifully maintained low maintenance tropical gardens, it is little more than moments to the shops of Kingsdene, regular transport and sporting fields. Within a short walk to the exclusive King's School and Tara, it is minutes to Carlingford and Parramatta as well as the Oatlands Golf Club.