Saint Clair

62 Norfolk Street

Price Guide: Buy
By Negotiation
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First time on the market for many years, this grand residence has tremendous street appeal and is often admired. Built in 1910, it was designed by John Arthur Burnside, an architect employed by Mason & Wales, as his own family home. It was originally named “Te Kianga” – 'Kianga' is believed to be of African origin that means ‘sunshine’.

This picturesque residence has all the character of yesteryear with many original features ready to charm you as soon as you step inside. The ornate ceilings, the wood panelling, the stained glass, even the light fittings will take you back.

Ready to be rejuvenated and updated, this grand old lady offers many rooms and has a lot of potential. Currently comprising 6 bedrooms, 3 living rooms, 2 kitchens, 3 bathrooms and laundry. Off the downstairs kitchen there is a good size sheltered patio and entertainment area. Good garaging and off street parking and well established garden completes the picture - a must view.

Taking in the view from the lovely veranda, you can see it’s only a short walk to the St Clair esplanade. With the cafes and restaurants, the surf beach and the salt water pool so close, it’s easy to see why this is such a sought after area.

Rates; $4282.36
Floor area 280m2 (+/-)
Land area 1151m2 (+/-)

Property Type
Property Category
House Size
280.0 Sqm
Land Size
1151.0 Sqm

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