GRAND HOME & INCOME IN PREMIUM POSITION
Situated at the very top of Grass Street (accessed from The Crescent), sits this incredible home, steeped in history and with significant future potential. With the original level of the property built in 1935, an additional upstairs level was built in 1941 to provide a two-bedroom self-contained dwelling, and in 1988 our clients added an additional lower level to provide further space for comfortable family living.
With a small walk down from The Crescent, you are welcomed by a generous sheltered courtyard garden complete with marmalade and eating orange trees, a testament to the remarkable microclimate enjoyed here. This level of the property is dedicated primarily to living with the kitchen, two living spaces, and home office plus the main bedroom and powder room. Downstairs, there are three further double bedrooms, a large family bathroom, and a useful storage area.
The very top level is dedicated to the two-bedroom self-contained dwelling which has an extensive deck to take in the iconic views and incredible sunshine hours. This space could be reconnected to the main home if required, or continue to use as income, extended family, or a very spacious work-from-home area.
The views throughout this property are spectacular, and the light-filled rooms are generous. Our clients have taken care maintaining and improving this special property over the past 37 years, however, it is likely that the appeal here will be what can be created through clever renovation and reconfiguration.
Whether the new owners enjoy it as it is, or look to create something bespoke, it is clear that 29a Grass Street is a rare and unique opportunity that discerning buyers will not want to miss.
NB: Access is best from small walk down at 50 The Crescent.
Deadline sale (unless sold prior) closes 12pm, Wednesday 6th December 2023 at 8 Kent Terrace, Wellington