$850,000 - $895,000

82 Vancouver Street, Albany, WA 6330

History on Vancouver - Circa 1860 'Stratford Villa'

A stately character home with dominant presence, boasting stone and timber features that was built in the 1860’s and is situated in one of Albany's historic precincts. This unique home was extensively featured in the recent international, award winning movie “H is for Happiness” starring Richard Roxburgh and Miriam Margolyes.
Two working fire places, timber floors, high ceilings with ornate cornices and bay windows /seats are complementary attributes.
Entry is via a central hallway feeding three bedrooms and a formal lounge / entertainment room with double door access to the alfresco garden porch.
At the rear of the home you can relax in the 'garden family room' adjacent to the country kitchen, the 'hub' of the home which is fitted with modern equipment as well as its original Metters wood burning stove.

The gardens, waterfall and outdoor sauna seating 8 people are striking features of this classic period beauty.
The 3 room, under home storage and cellar are certain to impress the wine enthusiast and are accessed from outside.
This 1365 sqm lot can sustain a tasteful studio style development to the front, in keeping with the residence and historic architecture enveloping the appealing streets-cape.
Enjoy cosmopolitan, sea-change living at its best here with the Vancouver Arts Centre located immediately opposite the home, one of Albany’s best cafes 50 metres down the road and a short stroll to the heartbeat of the locale and minutes to the action of this jewel city.



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Average Age
57% Owner
32% Vacancy Rate
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