When ‘Iconic’ Is Appropriate!

An illustrious home with a rich history, including as the venue for Douglas Mawson's farewell party prior to his c1931 Antarctic voyage, this evocative address also played the role of the manager's residence in the film 'Spotswood'. Its present day performance as a spectacular family home is no less impressive! Up to four bedrooms and two bathrooms are complemented by a series of exceptional spaces where superb period integrity is illustrated by open fire-places, lead-light windows and fretwork features while modern excellence is beautifully represented by the renovated central bathroom and the sophisticated kitchen. A massive upstairs area offers ultimate flexibility, enhanced by polished floorboards, dual balconies and the majestic exposed beams and timbers of the roofline. Ducted heating, built in vacuum system, a huge cellar and abundant storage accompany one of Williamstown's most identifiable properties, with internet interface security and automatic double carport access on a corner allotment offering extensive frontage to Pasco Street. Walk to Williamstown Primary School, stroll to Nelson Place and The Strand. Undeniably an icon!

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Features

- Open Spaces

Auction Time

Saturday, Dec 12, 12:30pm

Contact Agents

Leigh Melbourne

Sales Manager / Licensed Estate Agent / Auctioneer

M. 0414 239 986

Email enquiry

156 Cecil Street, WILLIAMSTOWN VIC 3016

Price: $1,950,000 - $2,100,000







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