Boasting an ingenious blend of old world charm with contemporary and innovative new features, this three bedroom with study Armidale blue-brick home will suit a professional working family.
Superbly executed front extension includes a spacious open-plan living, dining, kitchen area with raked ceilings. North facing, double glazed windows drench the space with natural light and frame the Armidale skyline and north hill beyond. French doors open out to the front deck. Beautifully finished in modern neutral tones with a splash of burgundy red to pay homage to the original colour scheme.
Gourmet chef’s kitchen with solid timber bench-tops, stunning 900mm black upright oven and stove-top with ornate cast iron trivets. Range-hood, dishwasher and clever use of mixed-surfaces & textures complete this space.
Separate spacious lounge room with built-in gas heater ducted to other living spaces.
Very large rooms throughout including master bedroom with new floor to ceiling built-ins and brand new ensuite with freestanding bath, shower and feature-design floor tiles.
Two additional bedrooms with storage and space and a study which could be used as a 4th bedroom.
Paved courtyard area and alcove/storage shed at rear
Situated on large fully enclosed 1081m2 block in central south location
Electric gates & newly built detached carport
Level walk to CBD, parklands, schools and churches
Lambert House was built by Hedley Lambert in late 1924, who operated a general merchant store (T.Lambert & Co PTY LTD) in Rusden Street where Armidale Outdoors is currently located.
It is believed the original architect was Robert N Hickson, a local who also designed the Diocesan Registry Office in Rusden Street around that time.
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