This gorgeous vertical board character cottage on the topside of Derwent Avenue captures stunning Derwent River views.

Offered for sale for the first time ever, this C1956 cottage has been much loved and cared for by the current owners and is now ready for its second owners since it was built.

From the moment you arrive at the front door, the timber deck and outdoor table and chairs invite you to relax and take in the vista. The barn door at the front entry is distinctive and a real delight inviting you into the home.

Capturing all day sun, the early morning sun starts in the kitchen and creeps around the house, with afternoon sun enjoyed from the lounge and deck areas.

The lounge is located at the front of the home and is separated from the kitchen and dining room by internal glass doors. The lounge and other living spaces are carpeted and there are solid Tasmanian Oak floorboards underneath that could be revealed if desired. The lounge room has a thermostat controlled electric heater with fan for heating and cooling with a log fire appearance for ambiance when in use.

The dining room is adjacent to the kitchen and there is a glass server reminiscent of days gone by. King Billy Pine windows are throughout the home, some painted and some stained they contribute to an ambiance rarely found in a more contemporary home. The dining room also has an open fire currently blocked off.

The neutral toned kitchen was upgraded in 2003 and is neat and tidy offering double sink with views into the atrium, good storage, a combination of drawers and cupboards and cream laminex bench tops. The kitchen is spacious and can also accommodate a table for an eat in meals area. There is a

The main bedroom is positioned at the front of the home with stunning water views and views of the boats moored in the bay. It is easy to imagine waking to the blue vista, moored boats and enjoying a cup of tea before rising.
There are a further 3 bedrooms all with built in wardrobes.

The internal atrium linking the house and the remaining two bedrooms is undercover and is a perfect place to sit relax; or simply a great place to dry your washing and grow your tomato plants.

The bathroom was modernized in 1997 and has a shower and vanity. The toilet is located separately.

There is off street parking and a storage and workshop area underneath.

Conveniently positioned with easy access to the Natone Hill walking tracks this home is a must see for those looking for a great pad to call home.

This much loved home is as neat as pin. Call Mel for your private inspection today.

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