Starting Out or Scaling Down - Great Villa Alternative
Nestled in a popular and central location this home offers you a practical place to call home. Upon entering you are greeted with a warmth and charm which has been created by the interior renovations.
Polished floorboards flow throughout, and a central entrance guides you into the living area which is a spacious design. Bathed in an abundance of afternoon sunlight, the lounge room is the heart of the home and features not only a heat pump but also a gas log heater to provide a cosy ambiance. Off to one side the kitchen is open to the living area and has been upgraded with polished timber bench tops and ample cupboard space. Double sliding doors give access to a sunroom, which is the ideal place for a dining area with a calming outlook to Mount Wellington.
The sunny master bedroom incorporates a relaxing corner spa bath and large ensuite featuring a double shower. Also in this area the laundry has been tucked in a hideaway cupboard, with extra storage.
The other two bedrooms are located at the back of the home, one is double in size and the other is a small single suitable for use as a nursery, gym or office. These two bedrooms are serviced by the sparkling three piece main bathroom.
Positioned on a corner allotment of an easy manageable 433sqm (approx.) size, with a deck for summer time barbecues, ample off street parking and a garden shed for storage.
If you are looking for a renovated home, in such a central location only 11 minutes to Hobart CBD or 14 minutes to Glenorchy (approx.), on a bus route and walking distance to schools and shops, then this one is for you.
* This is a Buyer's Guide
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