Set high on the South Hill of Armidale is 'Mulbarton', a grand and beautiful homage to the Federation style of architecture.
In 1989, the late Kerry Hawkins designed with the current vendors, this outstanding and meticulously detailed homestead, drawing inspiration from the gorgeous period-homes renowned in the the New England region.
The residence offers 5 bedrooms and a study, an opulent drawing room and formal dining, a large double garage and workshop. The home is set on formal English-style grounds, that covers nearly 2.5 acres with patios, a fountain and lovely garden spaces to sit and enjoy. Some of the many beautiful features include the bull-nose verandah with Cast iron lace work that wraps around the home, New England blue-brick construction, double-hung windows and solid Australian red cedar doors, architraves and skirting. There are impressive Oregon timber floorboards, ornate cornices and intricate ceiling roses throughout Mulbarton. There are pressed metal ceilings, Bradbury & Bradbury wallpaper imported from San Francisco, to list but a few of of the outstanding features at 7 Wyevale Close.
A number of specialist local craftsmen worked on creating this landmark residence of distinction, and we are proud to offer 'Mulbarton' to the market, so book your exclusive inspection with Armidale First National today.