This 1965 home retains some of the original, funky features. Typical of mid-century architectural design, the open plan living area has a large picture window letting in sunlight year round.
An interconnected layout is a common feature of this era and this home does not disappoint, with combined dining room and kitchen, retaining the original 1960’s feel. Large windows look out over the fully fenced and expansive backyard, ideal for keeping an eye on children as they play.
Down the hallway with beautiful, original wall paper intact, are three bedrooms all with built-in robes, and a retro bathroom.
The large rear garden has a chicken pen and young fruit trees including; peach, quince, nectarine and veggie gardens ready to go. Under the house is a large garage and storage space with easy access to plumbing and wiring, with plenty of room for the garden tools or a workshop.
Set on 989sqm (approx.) there could be scope to extend the house (STCA) at the rear or potentially go up to really make the most of the views towards the Derwent River.
The Intercity cycleway is conveniently located at the rear of the property and makes MONA only a short bike ride or walk away.
A number of child care, primary and high school options, Elwick Bay boat ramp, Montrose Bay foreshore and community park with BBQ area and Glenorchy shopping precinct are all only minutes away.
This Rosetta property is ideal for the first home buyer or those attracted to a retro gem.
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