Sandringham's 1895 Italianate trophy home, Espedair for sale

Sandringham's 1895 Italianate trophy home, Espedair for sale
Sandringham's 1895 Italianate trophy home, Espedair for sale

The 1895 Italianate-style Sandringham trophy home, Espedair - complete with tower - comes with $5 million plus hopes. 

Espedair sits on a 1665-square-metre block, behind automatic gates and with a curved driveway. 

The formal front rooms come with a 4.5-metre-high ceilings, some pressed-metal, along with bay window and fireplaces.

It last traded for $1.9 million in early 2002.

The price hopes will see it excede the highest recorded house price in Sandringham over the past 12 months - $4.65 million for 21 Pellew Street, Sandringham, set some 16 kilometres south-east of the CBD. 

Offers for the 114 The Crescent property close August 27 with Kay & Burton's Bert Geraerts.

It was once offered as part of the bankrupt estate of the Toohey & Wimpole solicitors in 1930.

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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