This classic character cottage just off Macquarie St right in the heart of the South Hobart Village with all of the cafes, restaurants, local grocers only a very short stroll away is sure to attract intense interest.

The property still retains all of the character features including high ceilings, wide skirtings, four panel doors, fireplaces, fretwork and floor boards under the carpet.

Nothing has been changed inside the cottage since the 1960's, which presents a fabulous opportunity to secure a property you are able to renovate and restore back to its former glory.

From the wide entry which runs almost the full length of the right hand side of the cottage there are 3 large bedrooms with the main bedroom taking in a beautiful view of Mt Wellington and all have potential to add your own style of built-in robes.

The living area is located closer to the rear of the cottage providing potential to redevelop and renovate to allow your living space to open into the rear garden area.

Coming off the main living area there is a small galley style kitchen, main bathroom with shower over bath and a utility room.

The toilet for the property is currently located outside just off the back steps to the home alongside the laundry and workshop space.

The level rear garden area you can see could be transformed into your own private space as it is surrounded with different textures from the brick wall on one side to the weatherboard shed on the other which still retain leadlight windows that could be re-purposed in your renovation.

At the end of Wynyard Street there is access to the Hobart Rivulet path which makes a lovely walk to the CBD.
The property is currently leased until December 2017 which gives you time to plan your renovation.

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