A wonderful opportunity Restore this circa 1930 gem in a superb location North Facing
A renovators' delight. A wonderful opportunity exists for that special someone to restore this c1930's gem back to the beautiful charming home it once was.
Situated in popular York Street, Sandy Bay this charmer with fantastic street appeal, attracts all day sun and is in close proximity to quality schools, the beach, shopping, various cafs, Wrest Point Casino, Sandy Bay Yacht Club, transport and is within walking distance to the University of Tasmania.
Once inside you can see the potential to make this your forever home with Tasmanian oak floorboards waiting to be revealed underneath, high ceilings and a cosy sandstone fireplace, just to name a few of the wonderful characteristics this home has to offer you. The land is a generous size of 764 square meters and there is the possibility to build a townhouse/unit at the rear of the house, STCA.
On the lower level is a self-contained flat with one bedroom, bathroom/laundry, dining area, lounge and kitchen. The separate laundry is on the lower level.
On the street level, you enter into a wide entrance foyer from which there are three bedrooms, two with built-in robes, a bathroom and galley kitchen which leads to another sunroom, or it could be a dining area. The loungeroom has double doors opening to a another very sunny North facing sunroom with a lovely leafy outlook. There are water glimpses through the trees.
There is no doubt that someone with imagination and flair could restore this property to a wonderful family home.
Make this your special project. Please watch out for my open homes or I am happy to do private inspections.
• Character home with street appeal
• Potential for Townhouse/Unit at rear (STCA)
• Generous sized block
• North facing and lovely outlook
• Close proximity to every amenity
• Off street parking for 3 plus cars
The information contained herein has been supplied to us and we have no reason to doubt its accuracy, however, we cannot guarantee it. Accordingly, all interested parties should make their own enquiries to verify this information.
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