31 Bolingbroke Grove is an impeccable sandstone Tudor which incorporates a diverse and complementary range of elements. The home’s traditional charm, contemporary luxury, and stellar location make for a picturesque and seamless residence.
The interior of the home incorporates a perfect blend of colours, textures and geometry; gleaming jarrah floorboards, the pristine white of the walls and decorative cornicing, moulding, panelling and archways throughout the home.
On this immaculate canvas, traditional and modern elements are spread. Three ornate, open fireplaces are featured, one of them in the living room. The dark brick surrounding the fireplace marries the jarrah floorboards and pristine white walls.
The second and third fireplaces are inlaid with bold green, and stunning scarlet, bringing warmth and an infusion of colour into the two main bedrooms. Leadlight windows lend an idyllic tint to the views of the emerald exteriors, reflecting off the contemporary silver fittings in the kitchen and bathrooms.
Outside, a similar synthesis takes place, forming a stunning frontage. The curve of the lawns gives way to the grit of coarse gravel. The horizontal and vertical lines of sandstone stonework and regal pillars, all of it presided over by the sloping diagonal of the roofing.
Further outwards, the esteemed location of Toorak Gardens can be appreciated. Aside from the exorbitant and serene quantities of green in this suburb, the proximity to Dulwich and Burnside Village Shopping Centres, the East End and the CBD, allow for enjoyment of many of Adelaide’s greatest experiences.
The exteriors, interior and surroundings of 31 Bolingbroke Grove combine utility and spectacle, the greatest Tudor elements marrying seamlessly with modernities, to terrific effect.
31 Bolingbroke Grove is on sale for $1.15 million, and is being represented by Nicole Neill and Kay Morris of Toop & Toop Real Estate.
Images and floor plan can be viewed here.