Mittagong's octagonal Grandview up for auction

Mittagong's octagonal Grandview up for auction
Mittagong's octagonal Grandview up for auction

The four bedroom, octagonal shaped Grandview is up for auction in Mittagong.

Built and designed in 1981 by renowned Southern Highlands builder Colin Sell, the award winning architectural design of Grandview still maintains its original interiors. 

The rotunda-style, open plan living and dining room are the centre piece of the property with cathedral ceilings, exposed brickwork and a central fireplace.

The wraparound entertainment and viewing deck is met by landscaped gardens and district and mountain views from all angles.

There is a separate family room, a home office and an underhouse studio or workshop.

Privately placed on 2288 sqm and surrounded by landscaped gardens, the unique home is a short walk to Mittagong town centre.

Rick Mooney of Ray White Mittagong has the listing of 56 Oxley Drive.

Octagonal shaped houses are becoming more and more a curiosity after The Block's conversion of the octagonal shaped Hotel Saville in South Yarra

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor

Jonathan Chancellor is one of our authors. Jonathan has been writing about property since the early 1980s and is editor-at-large of Property Observer.

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