Blue Chip Real Estate Investment - Circa 1870
A grandly proportioned Victorian sandstone manor on Harrington Street Hobart. The property is currently configured into two fully self-contained, character filled townhouses leased to November 2021. Located only 10 minutes’ walk from the CBD, this property offers a rare opportunity to secure a quality city-fringe property with enormous possibilities.
Both townhouses are similar in floorplan and style. Each home enjoys its own ground floor entrance and access to a well-maintained cottage garden.
• 1 three bedroom townhouse & 1 two bedroom townhouse (on separate titles)
• Original features including high ceilings, stained glass window and grand staircases
• Solid rent returns with great prospects for improvement
• Potential to be returned to a magnificent inner-city home
• 935sqm (approx) allotment (approx), strata titled
No. 240 contains one king size bedroom, with built-in wardrobes, and a double bedroom also with built-ins, both located upstairs. Downstairs the kitchen is tastefully designed with modern appliances, including an oven and hotplates, and an entrance to a paved outdoor entertainment area. A large street facing lounge, separate dining and large bathroom complements the remainder of the home. 412sqm (approx) land size with off street parking.
No.242 contains three double bedrooms all with built-in wardrobes, two located upstairs and one downstairs. The kitchen is designed typically of the era being galley style and leads to a well-lit sunroom. There is also a large front lounge and an attractive stain glass window at the top of the staircase. 523sqm (approx) land size with off street parking.
Be sure not to miss out on securing this property with endless possibilities.
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