Imposing landmark Georgian Mansion of some 15 main rooms that bestows magnificent character and contemporary convenience.
Rokeby House is undoubtedly one of Adelaides most impressive estates and comprises a Grand Two Storey Georgian Mansion Circa. 1925, North/South grass tennis court, swimming pool, triple garage and park like surrounds.
The mansion was built in 1925 and was designed by renowned architects Garlick and Jackmann who also designed the Adelaide Railway Station, Prince Alfred College and St Peters College amongst other prominent Adelaide buildings.
The residence offer an impressive blueprint of some fifteen main rooms over two levels of elegant living. Comprising a flexible floor plan with up to seven bedrooms, three contemporary bathrooms, grand reception area with oak panelling, formal sitting room, formal dining room with stone fireplace, inviting reception room, two staircases, separate guest wing with its own private entrance, light filled art studio/sun room, kitchen with Lofra oven and cook top, large Butlers pantry, walk in larder and upstairs service sink, collectors wine cellar and expansive balconies and verandahs.
The estate features established gardens including an old oak tree & blue cedar tree, resurfaced salt water chlorinated swimming pool, North/South grass tennis court, pool house, three car garage with auto door and rear drive through and undercover parking for a fourth car.
What makes it special
15 main rooms
Lofty ceilings heights
Oak panelling and box beam ceilings
Eight fireplaces and polished jarrah floors
Reverse cycle air conditioning upstairs, combustion & gas heaters downstairs
North/South lawn tennis court
Three car garaging with remote panel lift door
Re roofed in 2012
Security Alarm System 3 phase power
Landmark property close to the Adelaide CBD and private colleges
Built by architects Garlick and Jackmann.