This remarkable Heritage property is steeped in history and waiting for it’s new owners to restore it.
On the boundary of Camp Hill, this is one of the earliest examples of a Federation home in the area. The land on which this house sits was put up for auction c1887 within the Croydon Park’ Estate, an early subdivision in Norman Park. Built by Samuel Hill circa 1896, a coffee stall vendor, the property became known as “Rose Hill” and has a private carriage driveway from Watson St, providing dual access to the property.
Situated on a sprawling 1183m2, all the original features remain including stained glass windows, soaring vj walls and ceilings, pressed metal cornices, fireplace and more.
Norman Park is in the catchments for sought after local schools, with excellent transport links, and only 15 mins drive to both the CBD and the gateway motorway. An extraordinary project for a passionate renovator!