SOLD $750,000

Boasting charming street appeal, river views and an elevated position within walking distance to vibrant North Hobart restaurants and cafes, this circa 1940 character home provides an idyllic lifestyle for those who like to be close to the action. Period details abound with Art Deco fixtures and fittings, high ceilings, beautiful original fireplaces, polished Tasmanian Oak floorboards and double brick construction.

Accommodation on the ground level includes two spacious double bedrooms, grand entrance and hallway, spacious living room, open plan modern kitchen and family room, formal dining and powder room. The ground floor family bathroom is tastefully in keeping with the style of the property and features a bath, separate shower and period basin.

Upstairs this is a further two double bedrooms, sitting area / study and second bathroom perfect for the kids or guests. Keep warm in the winter months with ducted mains gas heating or a roaring log fire in one of the two fireplaces.

The NBN has recently been connected for super fast internet, great for working from home, family entertainment or school projects.

The private and north facing allotment is prominently positioned on a corner with two street frontages and features a garden that can only be described as Botanical. Established and maintained over many years the variety of flowers, veggies, plants and fruit trees are too numerous to list.

The rear of the property has recently been approved for subdivision and all council plans and permits will be included in the sale. Add to this rare off street parking for up to four cars, close proximity to Hobart CBD and The Friends' School, this is a is a property sure to impress even the most fastidious of buyers.

"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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