Hedge-covered Rozelle home set for sale

Hedge-covered Rozelle home set for sale
Hedge-covered Rozelle home set for sale

A Rozelle home hidden behind a hedge-covered facade has hit the market with a price guide of $2 million.

The vastly renovated 1880s home started life as an old inn and last traded for $540,000 in 2001, unrenovated.

Its McGrath listing agent, Cindy Kennedy, told The Daily Telegraph the owners discovered artefacts from the age when the home ran as an inn.

“They found old pocket watches and all these old antiques [inside],” she said.

The owners had the mementos framed and they will remain in the house once it is sold to the next owner.

The old inn's former cellar has been transformed into a self-contained apartment.

There are a further three bedrooms on the upper level and an entertainers' courtyard.

The hedge facade only needs to be trimmed two or three times a year, Kennedy advised.

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