Carrington House, Armadale trophy home listed

Carrington House, Armadale trophy home listed
Joel RobinsonDecember 7, 2020

Carrington House, the Armadale trophy home that dates back nearly 150 years, has hit the market.

The home, built in the late 1860s, has undergone a comprehensive restoration, although has retained a number of its classic period rooms, such as the formal living, drawing and dining rooms, as well as a music room.

The Victorian mansion in 1,140 sqm of landscaped gardens features two swimming pools.

An indoor pavilion with a 25 metre lap pool runs down the side of the house, complete with sub-floor heating under its French atrium roof. The second pool sits in the grounds.

There are six upper level bedrooms, four bathrooms and a study. The master bedroom has its own ensuite, walk in wardrobe and balcony. An internal lift connects the two levels.

Abercromby's Toorak agents Hugh Hardy and Jock Langley have a $7.25 million to $7,975,000 guide.

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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