11 The Avenue, Lorn, NSW 2320

Welcome Home to Trevanna on The Avenue

When the owners of No. 11 The Avenue, Lorn began crafting a life here it was just a shell of the home it would go onto become. With much love and hard work “Trevanna” has been transformed using a beautiful palette of greys, calm whites and original features to imbue the home with a serene sense of place and history. “The home always had an element of grandeur about it and we have enhanced that using an elegant palette.” say the current homeowners. “It catches the eye of passers-by and is just glorious to live in.”

A beautiful garden is a home’s greatest ally. It can help soften the architecture, settle the dwelling into it surrounds and give it a sense of place and as is the case with this Federation-era abode, it can restore a sense of dignity. Formal hedging and paving is framed by established trees to compliment the façade.

The contemporary-meets-heritage features are instantly appealing and warm the heart. Juxtaposed against the heritage accents, the glittering chandelier provides a welcome pop of bling in the entrance hall and coloured light bounces from the leadlight circular window as you enter.

An east-facing sitting room at the front of the home catches beautiful morning light making it the ideal spot to enjoy a morning cup of tea. When comfort and warmth meet relaxed intimacy, the result tends to be an irresistibly cosy room.

As in the loungeroom, the three double bedrooms pull at every string in a romantic heart. In the second bedroom there’s something French about the doors that beg to be opened up, the main is complimented by a large wallpaper feature framing the bed and due to the size of the room, would provide an excellent place to retreat by the working fireplace.

Smart remodelling, a restrained palette and seemingly boundless rooms combined to help the home seem larger than it is. A recently added separate study feels as through it has always been there due to the cleaver use of recycled materials.

The vendors say their favourite element of the renovation, however, is the pergola. “This sunny outdoor dining area is a perfect sheltered spot for the family to gather which is regularly the setting for breakfast and lunches or dinner and drinks on summer evenings”.

Set in the riverside suburb of Lorn with its proximity to the well know Parisian patisserie and just a short walk from the buzzing café & restaurant strip over the water, the property’s location is second to none in the district.

This property is proudly marketed by First National David Haggarty. For further information or to book your private inspection contact Michael Haggarty 0408 021 921 or Andrew Lange 0403 142 320. First National - We Put You First

Disclaimer: All information contained herein is gathered from sources we deem to be reliable. However, we cannot guarantee its accuracy and interested persons should rely on their own enquiries


  • Fireplace(s)
  • Study
  • Dishwasher
  • Workshop
  • Polished Timber Floors
  • Balcony
  • Courtyard
  • Entertainment Area
  • Fully Fenced



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