Real Estate

turn a prominent business into a grand family home

Written by The ReReport

59 Kensington Rd, Norwood.

AN ICONIC Norwood building offers a range of opportunities, and could make a great family home.
The building at 59 Kensington Rd, known as Rosemont House, was built in 1856, and carries all the hallmarks of a stately period home, including high ceilings, feature stonework, timber floorboards, a grand staircase and sash windows with plantation shutters.

59 Kensington Rd, Norwood.

The building has been used as a commercial property for almost four decades – currently as a private early learning centre – but could easily be converted back into a home.


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59 Kensington Rd, Norwood.

The property – set over two levels, and also including a cellar – offers 593sqm of indoor and outdoor living space. It can accommodate up to five bedrooms and has two main bathrooms.
Set on popular Kensington Rd, it is close to schools, cafes, and The Parade.

59 Kensington Rd, Norwood.

The property is on the market with Bernard H Booth and will be auctioned on Wednesday, November 21 at 6.30pm. It has a price guide of $4.75 million to $5 million.

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