A historic Norwood home that was owned by the Holden family, is seeking buyers who are willing to roll up their sleeves and do some renovations.
The home, which was built in 1855 and is named Warinalla, sits on a 1,915 square metre block at 92 Osmond Terrace, and is being sold through Fox Real Estate.
The home boasts five bedrooms, three bathrooms, three car spaces, and contains several stately rooms with vast 4-metre ceilings.
For renovators lacking imagination, the home comes with a council-approved Development Plan Consent for two-storey alterations, and an in-ground swimming pool prepared by Flightpath Architects.
The home is heritage listed so cannot be torn down.
Listing agent Mark Conway told News.com.au that he is confident the property will sell by next week.
“We’ve been getting really good enquiries and some of these people are serious players with the track record and means to bring Warinalla back to its former glory,” he said.
The property was originally a 5,500 square metre block that was purchased for $4.5 million from SA Health, and subdivided into three separate lots.
Expressions of interest close on Tuesday December 12, and inspection of the home is by appointment.