Stunning Victorian Georgian Cottage
A harmonious blend of gorgeous character features and contemporary finishes, this home is fresh, light and airy. The presentation of the property is stunning and the location excellent. The easily accessible position is close to all the amenities of West Hobart, North Hobart, Hobart CBD and waterfront precinct. Built in 1895 in the Victorian Georgian style, the property is one of two conjoined weatherboard houses with shared hipped roof, double hung windows flanking the central front door, original dormer windows and verandah. The very wide polished Kauri Pine floorboard, high ceilings and mantelpieces are eye-catching. White walls contrast beautifully with the warm pine floors and dado paneling in some rooms. Plantation shutters add timeless style. The contemporary kitchen is open to the dining area and overlooks the rear courtyard and garden. Accommodation consists of entry hallway to the living area and dining area, which is separated by the original staircase with attractive pine balustrade. The open plan kitchen has stone bench tops, pantry and Bosch appliances. There are two double bedrooms on the ground level and the third bedroom and dressing room upstairs. The overall impression is of a beautifully maintained and charming historic home in a wonderful location.
- House 93.0m2 Land 353.0m2
- Council rates approximately $2,320 per annum
- Permanently registered with the Tasmanian Heritage Council
- Situated opposite the John Doggett Park
- Mains gas hot water and cook top
- Air conditioner
- Living and dining area with open plan kitchen
- Three double bedrooms; 2 bedrooms downstairs
- Upstairs bedroom with dressing room/study area
- Bathroom with separate laundry
- Enclosed rear courtyard and garden
- Small garden shed
- Walking distance to Lansdowne Crescent Primary School, the Hill Street Grocer, Smolt Kitchen, pharmacy, butcher shop and bus stop.
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