Nutmeg Grove, one of Redlynch’s most cherished estates which was built over 20 years ago and named after the abundance of native nutmeg trees, is up for sale for the first time since being built.
The 1-hectare property at 18-20 Woodridge Close, with a rainforest backdrop, is on the market for $1.5 million.
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Built by former Sydneysiders, Terry and Ingrid Douglas, the four-bedroom steel-frame house was designed by late Sydney designer Chris Chalmers and completed at the end of 1995. But, it has become too big for the couple who are looking to downsize.
“I think this is just the perfect home for families, with two or three children,” says Mrs. Douglas.
It has been described as the “colonial Queenslander” due to its polished timber floors and plentiful living space.
With an extensive yard complete with tropical trees, a gazebo and swimming pool, the property oozes appeal, and has operated as a very successful bed and breakfast for many years. If the swimming pool is not enough, the popular swimming spot Crystal Cascades is a short drive away.
The property also includes a reinforced cyclone shelter, which could be used as a home gym, as well as an art studio and spacious five-car garage.
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