A Home To Captivate Your Heart
First impressions are a 1950’s traditional weatherboard home, however the stylish internal transformation proves otherwise.
With a generous size of 165sqm (approx), you will be spoilt for space! The floor plan incorporates three levels of living which are seamlessly joined together by a modern staircase. The first level with 2 spacious bedrooms with built ins, renovated bathroom, large dining room and kitchen. The kitchen has been meticulously renovated with Granite benchtops with waterfall ends, stainless steel appliances and a lovely garden window to enhance the atmosphere and sense of openness.
The unique mezzanine floor is host to the large master bedroom, offering views of Mount Wellington and glimpses of the River Derwent across to Mount Direction. This room is large enough for a king size bed, TV area and couch and has a walk-in robe for storage.
The lower level offers a large practical atmospheric living area, with wood heater, inbuilt TV cabinet, and dual access to the backyard and entertaining areas.
No stone has been left un-turned as you head outside. There are two decks, the larger featuring a calming water feature and pond leading down to a paved, inbuilt BBQ area. Perfect for summertime alfresco dining. The grassed, private backyard offers lots of playroom for the kids, low maintenance, well established gardens and several lock up sheds for storage.
If you’re after something a little different, a home that will capture your heart, then this one is definitely for you.
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