1860s Kensington kit home Flagmount listed

1860s Kensington kit home Flagmount listed
1860s Kensington kit home Flagmount listed

An historic 1860s Kensington trophy home has been listed.

Flagmount at 50-52 Bellair Street was originally transported to Australia as a kit, carried over by a ship captain who used it as ballast on the trip.

The freestanding home is made from Scottish Pine and was renovated in the 1920s to become a four bedroom residence.

Following further more recent renovation, the home has walk in robes, private balcony, two ensuites, lounge, and a 1000-bottle wine storage room.

It also has a backyard, pool and carport.

 1860s Kensington kit home Flagmount listed

“To say it has been a joy to be the Trustees of 50-52 Bellair Street is an understatement and we are sure that this friendly community will welcome the new owners,” the current owners said to Williams Media.

“We have made many lifelong friends along the street and many wonderful memories from our 34 and half years in our home that we will cherish.”

The home is walking distance to Kensington Village.

The home is being marketed by Liz Brettell and Jayson Watts of Nelson Alexander Flemington.

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Kensington Kit Home

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