‘1909 Mansion, City Attractions’
Buxton Manor is a large heritage listed 1909 mansion in Adelaide. It has been lovingly restored to its former glory and houses an impressive collection of antiques. Features of the property include open log fires and decorative fireplaces, marbleized ceilings, gilt mirrors and polished spruce floors. This property is surrounded by half an acre of manicured gardens filled with scented flowers and featuring designer furniture, umbrellas and two wood fire barbecues. Nearby attractions include the National Wine Centre of Australia, Adelaide Zoo, Flinders Street Market and Adelaide Botanic Garden.
In Our Opinion'Apartments and the spa cottage enjoy full kitchens, dining and living areas, making self-catering easy. There’s also plenty of great cafes, restaurants and bars nearby so you don’t always have to stay in to eat.'
This one bedroom apartment boasts exclusive antique furniture and a romantic king size canopied brass and porcelain bed. The bathroom has twin walk-in showers, Carrera tiles and underfloor heating. There’s also a full kitchen, lounge and dining room with leather chesterfields and large oriental carpets.
This unique two bedroom apartment has a club drawing room, a full kitchen, a private sun room and a large heritage bathroom with a cast iron claw and leg bath.
Enjoy fantastic views of the gardens and a drawing room and lounge with lovely antique furniture.
A two bedroom cottage at the rear of the expansive gardens with a lounge and spa bathroom and featuring Oregon rafters, slate floors and a Carrera marble kitchen.
Lovely three bedroom townhouse style apartment with Tasmanian Huon Pine antiques. The loft level third bedroom has city views while the living room enjoys wonderful views of the lawns.