In keeping with the era of historic heritage homes in Pontville, this charming homestead, built in 2004 offers old world charm and modern comforts, generous proportions and a lifestyle to match.

Set amidst 1.196 hectares surrounded by picturesque, easy care garden, this rendered home is an absolute delight and must be viewed to be truly appreciated.

The home offers a grand open plan living room, incorporating the kitchen, dining and sitting room and formal lounge room. With hardwearing Tasmanian Oak floors through out this area and a freestanding wood heater, this is a fantastic and indulgent space that does not lose its homely ambiance. The uninterrupted flow from the living space to the lounge room enables this room to be fully utilized and enjoyed as a practical section of the open plan living space. The lounge area is defined by plush carpet and indulgent window furnishings and also accommodates a reverse cycle air conditioner.

French doors in the living space open to a private, paved and sheltered courtyard. This captivating outdoor space is perfect for alfresco dining and enjoying a glass of wine and a cheese platter at the end of the day.

The hub of the home is definitely the kitchen. Awash in natural light courtesy of atrium style skylights above, this country themed kitchen has an abundance of storage and bench space. There is a pantry, island bench breakfast bar and integrated dishwasher. The gas cooktop and large oven will make the new owner want to stay home and cook!

A wide hallway leading to the bedrooms contribute to the sense of space on offer here. Downstairs there are three well proportioned bedrooms. The master bedroom is an indulgent room, rich with furnishings and space. There is a walk in robe and access from the master bedroom to the 2-way bathroom. The remaining bedrooms also accommodate built in wardrobes.

The bathroom is a significant size offering a timeless claw foot bath, separate shower, vanity and toilet. There is also the added convenience of a second toilet located off the laundry.

Upstairs is an enormous room with dormer windows on both sides flooding the space with natural light. This space could be used for a number of purposes including as a fourth bedroom, rumpus room or work from home office, depending on the new owners requirements.
The garage and workshop will make the car enthusiast very happy.

Accommodating up to 4 vehicles, 3 phase power to the meter box this is an ideal retreat. The workshop is also home to a second bathroom, shower, toilet and laundry trough. With some very minor modifications and subject to relevant council approvals the garage could be converted to self contained accommodation close to but separate from the main homestead.

Outdoors offers a myriad of places to sit and enjoy the day. The wrap around veranda offers both sun and shelter depending on the weather and frames the house on all sides.

This peaceful and idyllic locale offers scenic rural living, several minutes to Brighton by car and 25 minutes to the CDB of Hobart. Located minutes for the Brighton Bowls Club and the Tee Tree Golf Course and close to shops, schools and public transport this home is well worthy of your inspection. Call Mel for your private inspection of this beautifully presented home.

We have obtained all information in this document from sources we believe to be reliable; however, we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations.

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