Tucked behind a grand wall and mature timber on Kew’s Cotham Street is that this critically breathtaking property that’s simply hit the market.
Referred to as Ross Home, (previously Charleville) the two-storey mansion was in-built 1889 for Charles Donaldson. Designed within the Italianate fashion by architect Henry Shalless, the property is of each historic and architectural significance to the state of Victoria.
At present it’s probably the most spectacular homes in Melbourne, and is predicted to break the Kew home worth report.
The palatial property’s unbelievable detailing has been preserved over time together with the 4.2 metre-high ceilings, ornate open fireplaces, majestic bay home windows, and grand central hallway.
Residing areas are contained to the bottom ground, encompassing a number of formal rooms earlier than a tastefully renovated open-plan residing area on the rear. French doorways open to the pool and entertaining space, which sits adjoining to the tennis court