Some homes are outstanding, some homes stand out. Both attributes clearly define BARRALONG, a Launceston address that undeniably deserves its landmark status.
A recent renovation of comprehensive reach, where period integrity was respected while contemporary allure was introduced. This spectacular homes position, proportions and personality form an unforgettable combination.
Faultless, flexible lounge and dining rooms share the downstairs floor-plan with a contemporary kitchen/dining area featuring gleaming stone surfaces and quality appliances while five inviting bedrooms and stylish bathrooms include a regal main bedroom accompanied by a refined ensuite.
Soaring ceilings, original fire-places, period timbers and elegant lead-light complement the classic character of a home that now meets every modern day need with consummate ease.
A generous work-shop and secure garaging for three cars further enhance BARRALONG, set amidst elevated, established gardens – where Tamar views provide daily delights.
Named for its aboriginal meaning ‘meeting of the water’, the north and south Esk – literally moments from the city centre, even closer to Cataract Gorge, riverbank walks and Trevallyns trails.
Federation Style-Heritage Listed
Build Year: 1903
Build Size: 371m2 approx
Land Size 1,591m2 approx
Council: Launceston City Council