This period home is positioned in arguably Invermay's prime real estate area and is a terrific example of early-century architecture. The home has wonderful street appeal and this is accentuated by the very attractive cottage gardens both in front and behind. Stained glass windows, fretwork, high ceilings, and picture rails, all feature. The home has a formal lounge and dining room and typical of the era, and large bedrooms. The third bedroom, at the rear of the home, can alternatively be used as a sunroom. The bathroom has been renovated while the kitchen is original and will allow you to add your own touch. The rear yard has loads of shedding ensuring you have plenty of storage. Invermay continues to be a sort after suburb of Launceston. It has many early-century homes and the Inveresk/Invermay precinct is the new home of the UTAS University and is only a five-minute commute to Launceston CBD and even closer to the UTAS Stadium, the home of AFL football in the north of the state.
Land Size; 577m2 approx.
Building Size: 112m2 approx
Year Built: 1930
Local Council: Launceston
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