FEEL like you’re drifting through the throes of local history in this iconic 1923-built Darlington homestead.
Furnished with thoughtful heritage elements and equipped with the luxuries of modern living, the classic home, known originally as Wistlebrae, is perfect for those with a keen eye for character and charm.
The four-bedroom, two-bathroom stone and weatherboard home is perched on the crest of Darlington hill, in walking distance to the oval, skate and play park, cafes, school and heart of the village.
Spread across two storeys, the craftsmanship of the original stonemasons and builders is evident in gorgeous feature stone walls, jarrah floorboards, open fireplaces, picture window seats and antique stone pillars.
An elegant wraparound porch offers the perfect setting for summer get togethers
Multiple living spaces, a study and retreat/dressing rooms ensure a supreme sense of spaciousness, with the modern white walls and cache of French windows adding natural light and sunniness.
The home sits shrouded in greenery, tucked away at the end for the lushly bordered, meandering driveway for privacy.
Past a grassy area, a separate deck structure surrounded by trees stands, the perfect location for studying, working from home, working on art or simply relaxing amongst nature with a cup of tea.
Children will be occupied for hours exploring the fenced backyard garden, playing in the custom built cubby house or picking fruit from the established fruit trees which are believed to have belonged to the original orchard on the property, and include apple, olive, nectarine and plum.
Other charming features like the conservatory, antique garden gateway, claw foot bath tuba and gourmet chefs kitchen will have to be discovered on a private tour around the gorgeous half-acre property.
Be part of the next chapter in the history of this iconic, high calibre Darlington homestead.