430 Edgecliff Road, Edgecliff


A Landmark 1930s Tudor Revival Family Manor, Meticulously Restored And Renovated

An extensive renovation and revival blending period architecture with cutting-edge technology has transformed this gracious Tudor Revival manor into a wonderful family residence and exceptional entertainer. Built in 1934 by renowned architect John Brogan as part of the historic Eynesbury Estate, the stately residence is one of only a handful of Stockbroker Tudor homes in the east. A commanding setting and due north aspect affords an uplifting sense of light and privacy across two substantial levels. Framed in sandstone terraces and beautifully manicured gardens, the five-bedroom home showcases exceptional craftsmanship with a series of indoor and outdoor living spaces, a luxurious master retreat reminiscent of a high-end hotel and approval for triple garaging.

- Private elevated north facing block
- Timeless elegance, high-end luxury
- Landscaped north facing courtyard
- Wraparound sandstone terrace
- Grand timber-paneled entry hall
- 4 large bedrooms with built-ins
- Master retreat with dressing room
- Luxurious Carrara marble ensuite
- Freestanding bath, double vanity
- Formal dining or 5th bedroom
- Formal lounge with stone fireplace
- Leadlight windows, original boards
- Sitting room or casual living/study
- Custom Corian island gas kitchen
- Integrated European appliances
- Family room with a gas fireplace
- Landscaped garden with lush lawn
- Separate workshop/artist's studio
- Three bathrooms and two powder room
- Internal laundry, plentiful storage
- Underfloor heating, C Bus system
- Handcrafted cast-iron balustrade
- Low energy lighting, video intercom
- Lock-up garage, DA approval for DLUG

Land Area:551m2
Water Rates:$191.53 Quarterly
Council Rates:$657.86 Quarterly