Coveting a level 700 sq. metres of cultivated grounds at an illustrious Hill Street address, this evocative c.1920 residence delivers a vibrantly reimagined aesthetic that pays homage to its revered century-old origins. Its privileged environs are complemented by its premier West Hobart setting, where the charm of the city’s edge meets the unbridled rise to Mount Wellington.
A stunning interior is defined by its period features and polished hardwood floors, traversing beyond a flexible configuration with three bedrooms (two with fireplaces, third with ensuite) and fireside lounge, before anchoring at a skylit kitchen and dining space at the rear, adorned with abundant natural sunlight, premium appliances and an adjacent sunroom linking to its beautiful gardens.
Brilliantly equipped for entertaining en masse, its alfresco spaces are laden with artificial grass and the contrasting foliage of its established gardens, promoting a life of minimal maintenance and maximum enjoyment. When the evening calls, the upstairs master’s suite is the ideal sanctuary for total respite, complete with a kitchenette retreat, a home office/nursery, an ensuite and views to the Royal Tasmanian Botanical Gardens and adjacent waterfront.
Ideal for the large family or medical professionals, given its proximity to Royal Hobart Hospital, you’re able to walk to Lansdowne Crescent Primary and the welcoming vendors of West Hobart’s renowned Hill Street precinct, offering the most amazing deli and homewares, as well as Botanical Florist and Smolt Kitchen Cafe. Additional features include significant under-house storage, a home office, and plenty of rare off-street parking.
Inspect by registration – please contact Alyce Fleming or Ruth Malcolm to register your attendance at the open home or to arrange a private appointment time.