Modernist 1962 Beaumaris trophy home sold at $1,575,000

Modernist 1962 Beaumaris trophy home sold at $1,575,000
Modernist 1962 Beaumaris trophy home sold at $1,575,000

A Beaumaris home on the Bayside Architectural Trail has been sold at $1,575,000.

With striking red panelled facade, the home sits on a 712 sqm block with generous private rear garden and bluestone alfresco area.

The 2 Clonmore Street listing had been marketed as a $1.4 million plus offering.

Describing the 1962 modernist house as timeless, Sam Gamon of Chisholm & Gamon noted the extensive natural building materials including Mt Gambier limestone, local bluestone, American Oak joinery and Miranti timber paneling.

It was designed by architect Linton Reynolds in 1962.

There are three bedrooms plus study. The main bedroom is upstairs with its own study area.

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.

Tags: 
Auctions Residential Sale

Comments

Be the first one to comment on this article
What would you like to say about this project?