14 James Street, Richmond, VIC 3121 | Jellis Craig

14 James Street, Richmond

The Dickson residence, c1864

A Richmond residence of significance since 1864, held in the same family's hands since 1964, this classically elegant Italianate Victorian was originally home to James Dickson, founder of the famed cordial company of the same name. Beautifully balanced external lines, complemented by the enduring quality of construction from locally quarried basalt, create a captivating introduction to an interior where richness of character meets the appeal of potential throughout a design of some eleven principal rooms. The opportunity to respect the past while renovating to deliver an exceptional future, STCA, is clearly conveyed by current day proportions including two north facing front rooms that face an evocative streetscape no more than a minute from Barkly Gardens. High ceilings, traditional dimensions, a wine cellar and a rear garden with car parking access via a wide right-of-way further enhance the rare, rewarding chance to capture a Richmond icon in an appropriately sought after location.


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