'Abyia', 23 Church Street Pymble

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Exquisitely restored c1901 Queen Anne style

Beauty Queen

Abyia, a grand circa-1901 Queen Anne-style residence at Pymble on the upper north shore, sold for about $4 million this week through Mark Blake of Luschwitz Real Estate.
'Abyia', 23 Church Street Pymble

Featured three weeks ago in Domain as House of the Week, the six-bedroom property was sold by interior designer Jacque Yates, who has moved to Melbourne with her husband, Oliver.
On a 1562-square-metre block in Church Street, the house was renovated and extended after it last traded for $3 million in 2002. - Margie Blok May 19, 2012
Jacque and Oliver Yates sold their Pymble house for about $4 million.
Jacque and Oliver Yates sold their Pymble house for about $4 million.

  • This magnificent family residence will take your breath away the moment you arrive!
  • Nestled in 1562M of tranquil private park-like gardens enjoying wonderful vistas and a perfect rear to north aspect
  • Completely refurbished with no expense spared combining classic period features with state of the art conveniences.
  • Return verandahs, leadlight windows, pressed metal ceilings, marble fire places, wide Kauri timber floors
  • Exceptional detailed timber work, picture rails, tessellated tiles, lt-1-1P0846-0812586776-rsd.jpg
  • French doors to the outdoors and large light filled rooms.
  • Formal lounge, sitting room, banquet sized separate dining room, home office, powder room, large family living room.
  • Designer kitchen with granite bench tops, quality imported appliances and casual meals area
  • 4 double bedrooms (main with full en suite and dressing room), 3 bathrooms plus the childrens study.
  • Separate from the main residence is a fully self contained 2 bedroom Guest House and double garage plus a wine cellar