34 Regent Street was originally built in 1900, the charming double storey period home has undergone a masterful renovation and extension completed in 2021 by Top Deck Builders, designed by Preston Lane Architects. 34 Regent transitions from quintessential character in the original part of the home to a luxurious, modern extension finished to exacting standards at the rear of the home.
Cleverly designed to encapsulate the northerly aspect and maximize privacy, 34 Regent Street combines old and new effortlessly. Upon entering the home the elegance and quality of the design and finish is apparent.
Baltic pine flooring in the formal dining room meets polished concrete to enter the kitchen and living room. Large double glazed floor to ceiling windows on the northern side of the home couple with coffered ceilings above flood the space with natural light year round. The space is kept warm by an ambient gas heater.
The kitchen is any entertainer or chef’s dream, a bespoke stone bench tops sits atop oak paneling creating a space to prepare, or sit and enjoy your morning coffee in the sun. The kitchen has gas cooking, built-in top of the range AEG appliances, a large walk-in pantry and soft close cabinetry.
Indoor outdoor living is a highlight in 34 Regent Street, the home moves seamlessly between the two with the large sliding glass doors connecting the living space to the outdoor entertaining space with built-in barbeque and woodfire.
The main bathroom of the home has been cleverly designed with a standalone tub, walk in showers and stone and oak vanity. The bathroom adjoins the laundry room and separate powder room with a stylish black finish.
In the original part of the home, the floorplan is versatile, the two rooms downstairs have original fireplaces and could be used as multiple living areas, extra bedrooms or a home office/hobby room.
Upstairs at 34 Regent Street are four bedrooms, one bathroom and a day bed enjoying a picture frame view of kunanyi/Mount Wellington. All the rooms upstairs enjoy their own unique outlook either over the Derwent River or toward the mountain.
34 Regent Street has a manageable yard with fruit trees and a small grassed area. There is off street parking for four cars in tandem with level access to the front door. 34 Regent Street is an opportunity to acquire a luxury architect designed home in one Tasmania’s blue chip locations.