25 Glenard Drive, Eaglemont VIC 3084
An Arts & Crafts landmark on vast land
In the heart of the historic Glenard Estate designed by Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony Griffin, this expansive 1920s residence on a vast corner block (1291m2 approx) is offered for the first time in nearly 90 years. Once the home of the pioneer furniture designer Fred Ward, this handsome attic residence is bordered by National Trust-classified houses created by Burley Griffin. In comfortable condition, with scope for renovation (STCA). The residence is flooded with light and opens to mature gardens. Including a self-contained flat designed in the 1970s by the architect Nicholas Griffin, it includes six bedrooms; a glorious living/dining room flowing to a slate-paved patio; a sunny family room with open fireplace, third living room flowing to a garden deck, and a small sitting room; two well-equipped kitchens, two bathrooms and utility rooms. With split-system air conditioning and other modern improvements, this warm and welcoming home, close to Yarra parkland, leading schools and Heidelberg Village, features polished timber floors and a wealth of Arts and Crafts detail.