One of New Lambton's most recognisable and most admired properties has been listed for sale.
'Eucharista', designed by prominent Newcastle architect Frederick Menkens and reportedly commissioned by one of the original Hunter to Morpeth river boat captains, is positioned on the corner of sought-after Queens Road and High Street.
It is being marketed by Anthony Merlo, of Dalton Partners, with a guide of $1.6 million.
Mr Merlo described the landmark residence at 59 Queens Road as "a superb example of old world elegance". It has been the home of Grant Jackson, director of Pivotal Accounting at The Junction, and his family for almost three years.
The house is positioned on around 735 square metres of land with meticulous grounds and rose gardens. It offers four bedrooms, two bathrooms with under-floor heating, a stylish modern kitchen and formal and casual living areas. It has a choice of outdoor spaces, including a wraparound verandah with a bullnose awning, and a private plunge pool.
There are ornate ceilings, oregon timber floors, three fireplaces, chandeliers and home automation with keyless entry.
Inspections are by appointment only.