A house owned by the family behind one of Australia’s most famous names in whitegoods- Joyce Mayne- is on the market at Roseville for the first time in over fifty years. Take a look at the impressive property worth a whopping $5 million!
At number 11 Glen Road in Roseville lies the largest residential property in Roseville – covering a huge 1.67 hectares.
Now on the market, the home belonged to the family who gave Australia the phenomenon Joyce Mayne – the famous actress fronting the Thorpe family’s TV ad series spruiking whitegoods in the 1980s and 1990s.
The home has seven bedrooms plus an outdoor retreat, four bathrooms and six car spaces.
Outside, the estate boasts a 20-metre outdoor pool, a second pool, guest quarters, gym and tennis court and backs on to Blue Gum Creek.
The listing with Sotheby’s, describes the home as a place where “the gardens blend with the bush, where wildlife stop by for a visit during the reading of morning papers,” and “bush trails offer endless adventures for children and grand-children, with Blue Gum Creek running through the holding.
“At the end of the driveway, the turning circle reveals the championship floodlit tennis court, plus the pool complex that Olympic hero Murray Rose once trained at, offering a 25 metre swimming pool with heated lap lane, spa and cedar sauna.
“Accommodating three generations, the cherished abode has been extended over time to its current presentation of seven spacious bedrooms plus a self-contained studio retreat, while air conditioning and gas central heating assure optimum comfort. There is also a double lock up garage with carport for four cars with additional off street parking.
Take a quick tour of the home in these pictures below….