This 1930's classic home is a mere "short walk" into the CBD of Launceston and the iconic Cataract Gorge. The street appeal is obvious and is a great forerunner to a period home that has an emphasis on "size". This is emphasized by 3.3 meter ceiling height but all rooms have that spacious feel. The home has been superbly renovated embracing both a modern design but maintaining that character feel of the 1930s. The kitchen is highlighted by a great breakfast bar which can double as a casual meals area and the dining room is another example of "spaciousness" as is the lounge which all perfectly flow.. The main bathroom is yet another standout feature as are the period features of picture rails, architraves, skirtings and polished flooring, all in the finest Tasmanian Oak. At the rear of the home, you can "while away the hours" on the deck with views over Launceston. The gardens are an absolute treat and offer a fantastic array of colours, depending on the season and also feature varying box hedges and the old garage which is now an attractive potting/garden shed. This is one of the finer examples of early 20th century Launceston architecture and is positioned perfectly. And when you book your inspection, ask about the secret room!
Land Size: 829m2 approx
Building Size: 160m2 approx
Year Built: 1938
Local Council: Launceston
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