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this belair stunner comes with luxury features and a few stories to tell

Written by The ReReport



45 Sheoak Rd, Belair.

A BELAIR home offers a luxurious lifestyle in a leafy foothills setting.
The home at 45 Sheoak Rd, is set on a 3267sqm allotment and has an interesting history.
It was originally the coach house and stables for the 1897-built mansion Birralee.
The coach house was later converted into a home in 1922 by renowned architect W.V Culley for his family of six children and was later occupied by Scotch College students during World War II when it was renamed Brierly Lodge.

45 Sheoak Rd, Belair.

It was later converted into four apartments in the 1960s, and has since been converted back to the original stately home by its current owners.
As it now stands, the home offers six bedrooms over three levels.
Two are on the lower level, two are on the ground floor – including the master with a dressing room and ensuite – and two are set on the upper level.

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45 Sheoak Rd, Belair.

The open-plan kitchen and meals area is set on the ground level and opens out to a large balcony, and there is also a formal sitting and dining room, a family room and a sun room on this level.

45 Sheoak Rd, Belair.

A second kitchen and meals area is set on the upper floor, as is a balcony and a large living area, while the lower level also has a living room with a fireplace.
Character features abound, and the home also has a pool, a double garage and a carport, and is close to shops, public transport and quality schools.

45 Sheoak Rd, Belair.

The property is for sale withhout a price guide through Klemich Real Estate. Offers close Thursday, November 1 at 12.30pm.



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