This Federation Cottage is indeed a wonderful property, sitting towards the front of a generous acre block of land with river views available across the property. Built circa 1910, originally with uninterrupted views of the Tamar River, the kitchen, main bedroom and, particularly north-facing sunroom still provide some views across the Tamar Valley and to the river beyond.
The three bedroom home retains much of the character of the era, with high ceilings, lime plastering, claw-foot bath and sash windows. The lounge is cosy with both an open fire and heat pump for winter evenings. The house has had a number of recent renovations including a new bathroom, lounge floor, being fully rewired, re-plumbed, insulation and the installation of a Bio-cycle. The block no doubt will be of huge interest. Being longer (approx 100m) than it is wider (approx 50m) and presents a wide range of possibilities and a visit to the West Tamar Council is recommended. Clear water views are available from the top portion of the block. With mature trees, there is privacy from neighbours and the road, and all this is only 20 minutes from Launceston CBD and walking distance to Exeter's shops, schools and doctors.
Land Size: 4412m2 approx
Building Size: 115m2 approx
Year Built: 1910
Local Council: West Tamar
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