Founded on the legacy of successful quarry businessman Henry Dunstan, a Kensington Park home is as rich in history as it in its appearance.
Built in the late 1800s, the sandstone mansion at 56 Yeronga Ave is set on 0.47ha and is surrounded by lush gardens and resort-style features, including a floodlit tennis court, a large inground swimming pool and a wine cellar with racking for up to 3,000 bottles.
Inside, `Tarndamia’ is equally impressive.
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Five bedrooms are grouped to the rear of the home, each with open fireplaces and bi-fold door access to a veranda. The master is extra spacious and also features a walk-in robe and an ensuite. Bedroom five also has an ensuite and the remaining bedrooms are serviced by a family bathroom.
Formal and informal living spaces also abound and include a large study, a drawing room, a formal dining room and a billiard room with a built-in bar.
There’s also an open-plan living, dining and kitchen space grouped to the left of the home.
It opens out to an alfresco space and pergola which overlook the pool, while the tennis court is located north-south of the house.
Back inside, the modern kitchen features stone and stainless steel benchtops and a walk-in pantry.
Other features include reverse-cycle airconditioning to informal living areas, a monitored alarm system and a three-car carport.
The property is on the market with Toop&Toop Real Estate and will be auctioned on Saturday, February 23 at 11am.