Abercromby’s Real Estate Pty Ltd Sells 'Engholm House' In Excess of $5 Million

Posted by — September 17, 2015

1442510473ARMADALE, VIC AUSTRALIA - Abercromby’s Real Estate Pty Ltd has closed the sale of a grand residence by revered architect Harold Desbrowe-Annear, updated in the 1930s by Marcus Martin. The property, listed by Jock Langley and Rob Vickers-Willis, sold in excess of $5 Million.

This timeless family home of impressive appeal sits proudly on a huge allotment of 1858sqm approx., delivering substantial interiors, swimming pool and north-south tennis court with beautiful gardens surrounding the home. Only moments from some of Melbourne's best schools, Kooyong Lawn Tennis Club and Kooyong Station. Accommodation includes formal sitting and dining domain with open fireplace and French doors to the northern garden preceding informal living of pleasing proportions and large kitchen/dining equipped with Statuo marble benchtops, a full complement of Miele appliances and butler’s pantry. Study and five upstairs bedrooms include luxuriously large main bedroom with dressing room and marble ensuite. Pool house/studio with kitchenette. Positioned opposite Sir Robert Menzies Reserve, close to trams, Kooyong Village shops and cafes, parklands and bike trails. Past, present and future appeal!


For more information on this property or other luxury listings in the area, please visit www.abercrombys.com.au.

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