59 Mayne Street, Invermay

A Little Piece of History on Mayne

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The highly sort after suburb of Invermay has thrown up another classic period home in 59 Mayne Street. The move of the Uni to Invermay has given this popular suburb a sensational boost in interest. Built in 1935 this home has the high ceilings, picture rails, architraves and skirtings of that era. It features both an informal and formal living areas and tastefully renovated kitchen and bathrooms. Double stained glass doors at the entrance of the home are eye catching and there is a consistent theme of this throughout the home. Natural gas heating which can be zoned into all areas of the home is another modern trend. Parking can be at a premium in Invermay but this home has rear access and in fact, apart from the remote controlled garage door you have a double gate entrance allowing for caravan/boat accommodation or simply multi vehicles. Another anomaly for Invermay is the huge back yard. It has large undercover BBQ/entertaining, mature gardens as well as a "veggie patch". Add the surrounding benefits of the aforementioned Uni, UTAS Stadium, home some of the state's key sporting events and of course a casual stroll in the heart of Launceston.

Land Size: 697m2
Build Size: 127m2
Year Built: 1935
Local Council: Launceston City
NBN Connected: Yes
We have in preparing this listing used our best endeavors to ensure the information is true & accurate. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations.

Katrina Garwood
Director & Property Representative
t 03 6343 4361
m 0417 513 373
Ian McCallum
Director, Head of Property Management & Property Sales Associate to Katrina Garwood
t 03 6343 4361
m 0411 702 197

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