1920's period Mont Albert trophy residence sold for $3.4 million

Staff reporterJune 25, 20200 min read

A five-bedroom, four-bathroom luxury family residence in Mont Albert sold for $3.4 million.

The 36 Churchill Street property sold through Woodards estate agents, Maria Xu and Robert Le.

The 1920s attic-style period residence features a tessellated verandah, leadlight glass, parquetry entrance hall, decorative ceilings and ornate fireplaces.

The 1,369 square metre parcel of land with two street frontages offers a flexible floorpan with multiple living areas and bedroom accommodation.

On the ground floor, front section of the home, there is the large master bedroom with fireplace, dressing room, ensuite and bay windows that overlook the manicured gardens, as well as a study, home office, music room or library.

Upstairs, the two large bedrooms have built-in robes serviced by a family-sized central bathroom, reading room, and a retreat with adjacent north-facing balcony terrace overlooking the trees. 

The rear section of the home features an oversized open plan dining, living and kitchen area with large windows and bi-fold doors which open up to the spacious backyard. The gourmet kitchen comes fully equipped with Miele appliances, stainless steel bench tops, breakfast bar and walk in pantry. 

Additionally, there are two extra bedrooms and a rumpus room serviced by another bathroom privately sectioned off to the right wing of the home - ideal for teenagers or guests. 

The luxury home's also showcases a formal lounge with north-facing bay windows and fireplace, as well as a large heated pool with pool house fitted with powder room and a small workshop. 

The property was last sold for $1,477,500 in 2005 and $280,000 in 1985. 

According to Domain, four other five-bedroom houses have been sold in Mont Albert. 

Recently, a similar five-bedroom, three-bedroom house on Windsor Crescent sold for $4,025,000 on February 29 and a five-bedroom, five-bathroom house on Gordon Street on March 14, 2020 with price withheld. 

Staff reporter

Mont Albert
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