- Updated On:
- 8 November 2018
- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 4 Garages
Steeped in history and ambience – this is a magnificent property
Headline “The Elms” or “Richmond Villa” take your pick.
Lot 7 24 DP 759136 & Lot 6 DP 1100989
Block: 4060 sqm
Location: Elevated, and is part of the Grampian Street group of heritage houses
As you stroll through these beautiful grounds you will fall deeply in love with this property.
Large mature trees manicured green lawns and garden beds with box hedges
There are two residences, lets start with the house:
Stone construction with original blackwood floorboards
Timber French doors opens onto the front veranda with original shutters
Period features including high ceilings, original doors & latches
The lounge room has a jet master open fire with mahogany mantle
The kitchen is large with stone bench tops, double butler ceramic sink, dishwasher, oven & cooktop in chimney
Three bedrooms – all large, the master has built in robes. One bedroom currently converted to additional living area.
Family bathroom with shower over bath, vanity & wc, opens to laundry
Single bedroom, self-contained with renovated kitchen & bathroom. Gas hot water & new gas oven.
Potential B & B
Family room with s/c wood heater, floor boards, high ceilings and dining annexe.
A stunning courtyard between the two.
Large shed with three separate sections, including double garage and electricity.
The Elms (originally called Richmond Villa) has been an iconic Yass property for many years – the original Title Deeds dated 11 Jan 1856 show the land owned by Edward Conn. Edward built the house and cottage from stone sourced from the Yass River and used hand made bricks for the internal walls. Interestingly in 1851 Edward was tried at Yass Court for stealing a saddle from a Mr McKay of Bowning. The front of the home facing Grampian Street has the original French doors & shutters under a Bellcast veranda.
Contact the selling agent today for more information.
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