44 Dudley Street, Coogee


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5 bed | 4 bath | 2 car

Sold - Fri, 23rd Nov 2018

Grand Edwardian Manor With A Parent's Retreat And Private Poolside Entertainer's Haven

Standing proud as one of Coogee's finest Edwardian mansion homes, this grand family residence rests amid landscaped grounds on a private 784sqm landholding a short walk to the beach and The Spot's dining hub. Soaring ornate ceilings, gracious interiors and a wealth of original features lend an air of refinement to this distinguished yet instantly inviting home with a choice of living areas and flexible family focused layout. Lovingly revived with the highest regard for its architectural pedigree, interiors showcase impeccable craftsmanship from the sweeping staircase and elegant reception rooms to the stained glass windows and ornate fireplaces. A superb entertainer, the five-bedroom home opens out to private gardens while the luxurious parent's retreat offers a true sense of sanctuary.

A historic coastal treasure built c1912
Edwardian and Queen Anne influences
Gated entry portico, elegant hallway
3.6m ceilings, polished timber floors
4 large bedrooms, home office/5th bed
Parent's retreat with dressing room
Luxuriously oversized master ensuite
North facing deck, fresh ocean breezes
Magnificent bay fronted formal rooms
Large kitchen at the heart of the home
Caesarstone benchtops, gas cooktop
Quality appliances, Vintec wine fridge
Casual living wrapped in bi-fold doors
Private courtyard and landscaped garden
Saltwater pool with deck and gazebo
Upper level family room/kid's retreat
Custom cabinetry, sunroom/study
Sandstone foundations, ample storage
Lock-up garage plus off street parking
50m to Barker Park and playground
Walk to Coogee Beach and Wylie's Baths
700m to The Spot and Ritz Cinema

Sold in conjunction with:
Bethwyn Richards, The Agency
0410 322 333

Property overview

Property ID: 1P3813
Property Type: House
Land Size: 784m² Approx
Garage: 1
Car Space: 1
  • $375 Quarterly
  • $870 Quarterly