Designed to capture the sun and an easy lifestyle!
Built 1984 and designed by award winning well know Hobart Architect Lawrence ( Bill ) Howroyd is this lovely timber 3 bedroom 1 bathroom pole house in Mount Nelson.
Designed to capture the sun and an easy lifestyle.
Just a short stroll to the Mount Nelson Signal Station (that was built in 1811) where you get beautiful views over Hobart and beyond. As well as many other walking tracks available from this site. A 5km gently descending stroll from Mt Nelson to Hobart as well as the Truganini Track and other gentle or vigorous bushwalks can be found from this site and around Mount Nelson.
The 3 bedrooms (all with built ins) are located on the south side of the house away from direct sun and the living areas are all North facing towards beautiful Mount Wellington and lots of afternoon sunlight.
The long living and dining room have access to an outstanding entertaining deck that runs the length of the house and is the perfect area for Barbecuing on those lovely summer evenings, or to just sit back and relax and watch the changing colour vistas that Mount Wellington offers you in the distance.
We have the original house plans available for the new owner and as you can see from the floor plan attached there is a central bathroom with a magnificent "show stopper" skylight, separate bath and separate shower, the Loo is located in this timber lined and light filled room which opens into the laundry and then inturn through the back door with easy access to the back yard.
There is a wood heater in the lounge and 2 electric panel heaters for heating as well as heating in the bathroom.
Under the house is a handy storage room and or workshop with great workbench and cupboards under as well as a sink. This area opens onto the undercover carport - great for all the camping and holiday gear.
Currently tenanted at $480 per week until 9th March 2022.
*The information contained herein has been supplied to us and we have no reason to doubt its accuracy, however, cannot guarantee it. Accordingly, all interested parties should make their own enquiries to verify this information.
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