Buxton Manor, part of the North Adelaide Heritage Group is a glorious, romantic, vintage mansion built in 1908, just 20 minutes from the International Adelaide Air port and part of the City.
It’s surrounded by half an acre of manicured gardens and houses a collection of Australian antiques and memorabilia.
Enjoy open fires, polished spruce floors, decorative fireplaces, marbleised ceilings, rag rolled faux paint finishes, ornate ceiling roses, gilt mirrors, sumptuous antique beds and ducted air conditioning. It lies in the heart of the exclusive historic area of North Adelaide, part of the city of Adelaide. One of the fathers of the Australian constitution Sir Josiah Symons lived in the manor during the winter months tended by his butler, chauffeur, cook and maids.
Located on the Connector Free Bus route – which loops around the City every 15 minutes.
North Adelaide Heritage Group is a 2018 Fodor’s Choice recipient – for the fourteenth year in a row.
Garden and Loft apartment occupies a quarter of this spacious mansion and looks on to the rear expansive lawned grounds. The apartment sleeps 6 and has three bedrooms, king, queen and 3 singles and contains the original spacious character kitchen, updated for modern living.
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