• Step into the prestigious Victorian corner of Mirvac’s Marrick & Co.

    Mirvac is exclusively releasing only two boutique and meticulously restored whole-floor apartments in the magnificent heritage-listed Lilydale House. 

    Mirvac is proud to present this truly unique offering. Exquisite heritage interiors, specious rooms, featuring 3m plus high pressed metal ceilings in living areas, detailed architraves and skirtings and handsome bay windows all painstakingly restored to their original glory.  

    Astonishing period features, all made functional and even more luxurious by the newly added contemporary appointments you would expect in a Mirvac apartment.

     


    A New Chapter

    More than a century after Lilydale House opened its doors as a home for nurses at Marrickville Hospital, it is about to embark on a new chapter in its long and eventful life.

    Originally designed with nine bedrooms, a kitchen for training nurses to cook and a drawing room and study, Lilydale House will be offered as two prestige whole floor apartments, each with three bedrooms, spacious living areas opening to deep shaded verandas and their own private garden entry. 


    Features & Finishes

    Period features such as 3m plus high pressed metal ceilings in living areas, decorative stained windows and a charming timber staircase will be conserved and sensitively blended with sophisticated contemporary interiors designed for a modern lifestyle.

    There will be solid timber flooring throughout living and bedrooms areas, with French doors opening the expansive heritage verandah.

     

    With fixtures to please the most ardent home cook, kitchen elements include stone benchtops and splashbacks, and stainless steel Miele appliances.

    Bathrooms, too, will be on a much more luxurious scale with a free-standing bath in the en suite, mosaic tiles on floors and walls, a marble look feature wall and aged brass-coloured tapware.


    Heritage

    The restored exterior will reveal the original 1909 structure that was officially opened by the NSW Treasurer of the day, Thomas Waddell.

    Mirvac has had its team of architects and heritage experts working through heritage reports and design proposals for over a year, finally settling on a plan to strip away all additions and extensions to reveal the beauty and aesthetic of the original 1909 home, designed by prominent architect and City of Sydney Alderman Lindsay Thompson.

     

    Enquire today.

     


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