811 Sandy Bay Road is a Circa 1920s charming weatherboard home rich in character and history. The lighthouse keepers house, ‘Blues Point’, is accessed by a private internal driveway off Pauldon Drive and is set behind an established garden. A wrap-around verandah with original shiplap boards occupies the North East border the home, capturing a unique aspect of the Derwent River from a sunbathed position.
The ambience of the home is evident upon entry, with several original glass stained windows and doors, timber picture rails, skirting boards and farmhouse style kitchen. The open plan kitchen, living and dining room is kept warm via Masport wood heater and reverse cycle heat pump. The kitchen has modern functionality with a Fisher & Paykel double dishwasher and walk-in pantry with eat-in dining space.
The home has three generous bedrooms, sunroom, one bathroom with clawfoot bath and a separate studio accessed via the rear courtyard which would be ideal for an artist, craft or tradesperson. Also on title is a single garage accessed via Sandy Bay Road, this space could be reinstated for a car, or used for extra storage as is currently.
811 Sandy Bay Road is energy efficient, with solar panels minimising electricity outgoings year round. Established, producing gardens provide a sense of privacy and room to move for a growing family or those who enjoy spending time outdoors and in the garden. Completing the home is off-street parking for two cars on the Western border of the property, plus a garden shed and storage shed.
811 Sandy Bay Road is footsteps from Pearces Park and a short commute to Alexandra Battery Park and Long Beach where there are cafés, restaurants and Baxters IGA to be enjoyed.
The property also has previously approved plans for a secondary dwelling which has since lapsed, further information is available on request.