17 Mary Street LONGUEVILLE NSW
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Impeccably restored by its current owner, ‘Carrum Carrum’ c1890 is one of Longueville’s original architectural treasures. Regal proportions and elegant historic details are complemented by 2,604sqm of gardens, footsteps from the picturesque shores of Yacht Bay.
|The facade of the carefully restored 1894 Queen-Anne style home|
Victorian era house in Queen Anne style, without prominent chimneys.
Photos reproduced from SMH Domain.com
The lounge room of Patricia Bradley's lovingly restored Federation house.
Bay window in Victorian arch. Original upper panes would be coloured glass
The ceiling rose, suspended lighting as lamp covers, and highly decorated ceiling in the Victorian style
Bay window as a 'nook' for reading or hobby craft, wooden decoration is typically Federation
|The lounge room of Patricia Bradley's lovingly restored Federation house.|
Frieze and Victorian decoration, not typical of Federation style
Bay window shows original coloured glass typical of the period
|Patricia Bradley’s 20-year quest to restore her home, and its facade, to its former glory has proved a major success.|