This charming 90-year-old home in Coolangatta which had only three owners comes with rich history

first_img22 Stapylton St, CoolangattaThe property is now home to the Crampton family who bought it in 2013 and gave Dorothy Dee a nautical makeover. The five-bedroom manor is poised on a hilltop and exudes character from the moment you step inside. More from news02:37Purchasers snap up every residence in the $40 million Siarn Palm Beach North8 hours ago02:37International architect Desmond Brooks selling luxury beach villa1 day agoThe owners have retained the home’s original character with ceiling roses, chandeliers and a touch of contemporary glamour to the formal living area. 22 Stapylton St, CoolangattaTHIS Coolangatta house, poised high on a hill comes with rich history. Dubbed Dorothy Dee, the 1940s property at 22 Stapylton St was originally home to a ship captain in 1940 before Coolangatta’s king of real estate, Adrian Maher snapped it up for $179,450 in 1983. 22 Stapylton St, CoolangattaHarcourts Coastal Gold Coast agents Ben Reeves and Vicki Barr are marketing the home and said it had only been home to three owners. 22 Stapylton St, CoolangattaSliding glass doors and windows open the living spaces up. Original bay windows, combine with the fireplace and timber floors in the family room to create a sense of cosy ambience. The family room leads into a galley style kitchen. center_img 22 Stapylton St, Coolangatta“This majestic home is one of the last surviving grand residences on the Southern Gold Coast,” Mr Reeves said. 22 Stapylton St, Coolangatta“It has sat high on a hill like a light house for 90 years.”The timeless home is set on a 1229sq m block and comes with a newly renovated pool and timber free standing bath tub.last_img

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