Classic meets contemporary
Enjoying a sunny, elevated position taking in views over the city all the way to the River Derwent, this circa 1912 home is solidly built and offers charming street appeal. Classic original features m.. Show more >
Enjoying a sunny, elevated position taking in views over the city all the way to the River Derwent, this circa 1912 home is solidly built and offers charming street appeal. Classic original features meld seamlessly with well considered contemporary updates, culminating in a comfortable and inviting home in a fabulous city fringe locale.
Rooms flow off a wide entry hall typical of the era, with the Renovated open plan living/dining and kitchen with quality appliances and stone benchtops located at the rear of the home. French doors provide access from the main living area to the paved courtyard to create seamless indoor/outdoor living. A formal lounge at the front of the house offers further living space that could alternatively be used as a bedroom if required.
Two bedrooms, one with its own sitting room and both with doors opening onto the veranda, are serviced by the modern central bathroom and powder room. A European laundry completes the floorplan while a workshop and carport add amenity.
Upgrades to the plumbing, wiring and roofing were undertaken during the architecturally designed renovation, and ceiling heating provides year round comfort. Original features including leadlight, picture rails and fireplace surrounds enhance the character and heritage ambience of the home.
Privately positioned with just one adjoining neighbour, it is a short 10 minute walk into Hobart's CBD, offering the best of both worlds with tranquil verdant surrounds and a vibrant city fringe lifestyle nearby. This presents an exceptional opportunity to acquire a tastefully Renovated Federation home in a sought after locale. Show less