Ideally located on the Launceston city fringe, this delightfully renovated 1936 weatherboard home offers the very best of urban life, without compromising on such desirables as off-street parking, a leafy garden, or a family-friendly neighborhood. And, with the landmark Launceston general hospital and vibrant Charles Street cafe strip nearby, and CBD only a few minutes stroll from there; you'll be hard-pressed to find a better way to enjoy inner-city living!
The home comprises three comfortably sized, bright and airy bedrooms, and the Master features a roomy walk-in robe. The crisp, white bathroom has been tastefully updated, and features one of a number of lead light windows that adorn this characterful home.
The living room is decently sized and tastefully styled with period appropriate paint, the original multi-paned glass window still intact, and mellow-toned floorboards in excellent condition underfoot (these feature throughout the home).
The well-designed timber kitchen exudes warmth and character. Features include an exposed brick wall, a beautifully restored fireplace surround, a cosy wood-fire for winter-time warmth and ambiance, and a high-performance Smeg gas cook-top, this room will almost certainly become your favourite place to be. The adjacent dining room is spacious with room enough to cater for gatherings of family and friends alike and has seamless access to an expansive deck from where you can delight in the sparkling night-lights of the city.
Downstairs, there's a studio with it's very own powder room and views of the garden; the laundry; a workshop; wine cellar; ample room for extra household storage; and a garage.
The terraced grounds are established, private, and lush with glorious walnut trees and a charming kitchen garden. Securely fenced, it is also an ideal green space for children to play. A terrace with a wood-fired pizza oven provides even more options for relaxation and entertaining.
Call David or Ingrid to arrange your private inspection of this charming cottage. In such a desirable location, it won't linger on the market, so call today!
Land Size; 465m2 (approx)
Building Size; 129m2 (approx)
Year Built; 1936
Local Council; Launceston City