International Homes: Gothic Revival Mansion in Darling Point, Australia

Built in 1870, this mansion has been renovated into a modern home for living and entertaining.

Photo By: Ken Jacobs, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Ken Jacobs, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Ken Jacobs, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Ken Jacobs, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Ken Jacobs, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Ken Jacobs, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Ken Jacobs, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Ken Jacobs, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Ken Jacobs, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Ken Jacobs, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Ken Jacobs, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Photo By: Ken Jacobs, a member of Luxury Portfolio International

Luxury Backyard of Gothic Revival Mansion

Stone steps lead to multiple tiers in the backyard of this luxury Australia estate. The 1870-built Gothic Revival mansion has been fully updated to meet the needs of a modern-day family. An infinity-edge pool and spa overlook sweeping views of Sydney Harbor.
From: Ken Jacobs and Luxury Portfolio International®

Luxury Backyard of Historic Australian Home

A quaint, but luxurious Gothic Revival structure stands in the midst of modern high rises along Australia's Darling Point peninsula. The fully restored home features a luxury backyard retreat complete with an infinity-edge pool and spa.
From: Ken Jacobs and Luxury Portfolio International®

View of Sydney Harbor

An infinity-edge pool overlooks a lushly landscaped patio with a view to the harbor beyond. This luxury home, situated on Darling Point near Sydney's central business district, features a fully restored interior that highlights its Gothic Revival architectural details.
From: Ken Jacobs and Luxury Portfolio International®

Traditional Veranda with Picture-Perfect View

A traditional veranda spans the full length of this home's exterior, offering a sweeping view of Australia's Sydney harbor. The Gothic Revival mansion, built in 1870, recently underwent a full restoration to turn it into a modern family home.
From: Ken Jacobs and Luxury Portfolio International®

Living Room with Harbor View

Ornate woodwork frames the doorway to a traditional veranda in the living room of this 1870-built Gothic Revival mansion. The home, on Australia's Darling Point peninsula, features sweeping harbor views and a fully restored interior. In this traditional living room, comfortable seating surrounds the fireplace, creating a cozy conversation nook.
From: Ken Jacobs and Luxury Portfolio International®

Classic, Warm Living Room in Luxury Retreat

The living room of this home on Australia's Darling Point peninsula features a cozy conversation area nestled up to a homey, traditional fireplace. A natural fiber rug and dark-stained trim bring warmth to the space and give it a casual vibe that's comfortable for everyday living. Built in 1870, the Gothic Revival house has been fully restored and updated as a family residence.
From: Ken Jacobs and Luxury Portfolio International®

Transitional Sitting Room with Grand View

A casual sitting room with a mix of traditional architecture and contemporary furnishings overlooks a quaint veranda with sweeping harbor views. This Gothic Revival mansion on Australia's Darling Point peninsula has been fully updated and restored to meet the needs of a modern family. Exterior porches span the length of the home, taking maximum advantage of its harbor-side location.
From: Ken Jacobs and Luxury Portfolio International®

Open Kitchen and Dining Room

This open plan kitchen and dining room are positioned perfectly to take advantage of a stunning harbor view. This luxury home is situated on Australia's Darling Point peninsula, a short drive from the heart of Sydney. The sprawling, late 1800s home has been completely renovated and updated to accommodate the needs of a modern family.
From: Ken Jacobs and Luxury Portfolio International®

White Traditional Kitchen in Historic Mansion

The kitchen in this restored Gothic Revival mansion features white cabinetry that extends almost to the ceiling for maximized storage. A pair of windows ushers in the natural light that reflects off the nearby harbor. Dark hardwood and traditional details throughout call attention to the home's late 1800s roots.
From: Ken Jacobs and Luxury Portfolio International®

Cozy Home Office in Gothic Revival Mansion

Dark-stained built-in bookshelves encircle this cozy space, creating a traditional study with ample desktop space for working. A swagged window treatment tops an exterior door that leads to a picturesque balcony. The home, built in 1870, features restored original details and updates that suit the needs of a modern family.
From: Ken Jacobs and Luxury Portfolio International®

Traditional Bathroom With Clawfoot Tub

Wood floors and a quaint clawfoot tub centered in the space create an old-fashioned bathing room that incorporates modern conveniences. Part of an 1870-built property on Australia's Darling Point peninsula, this Gothic Revival luxury home has been updated to meet the needs of a 21st-century family. Sheer curtains provide privacy and screen the room from the bright Sydney sunshine.
From: Ken Jacobs and Luxury Portfolio International®

Restored Gothic Revival Mansion in Australia

This historic Gothic Revival mansion features sweeping harbor views and a prime location on Australia's Darling Point peninsula, a short drive from Sydney's central business district. A full-length veranda connects the home's formal rooms to its stunning outdoor views.
From: Ken Jacobs and Luxury Portfolio International®

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