This 1910 Federation home simply oozes an elegance of a yester year era with a range of superb highlights. Positioned within walking distance of Launceston CBD and 200 meters from Scotch College Preparatory School, the home has all the features of that early 1900s era including 12' ceilings, multiple open fireplaces and ceiling roses, lead lighting, and a magnificent hall archway. Both the lounge and dining rooms are stately and feature those previously mentioned fireplaces and ceiling roses and also have those period skirting's and architraves and solid timber doors. The main bathroom is highlighted by a magnificent claw foot bath continuing on that Federation theme. Naturally, the kitchen has all the modern amenities but is sensitive to the origins of the home. The bedrooms are typically large and highlighted by those open fireplaces and ceiling roses. The gardens are immaculate with a variety of box hedges and colorful plant life creating both a private and peaceful environment. The double garage is extended offering a sufficient space for a workshop or equally, plenty of storage. Elphin Road is one of Launceston's premier addresses and is home to some of its finest turn of the century architecture.
Land Size: 809m2 approx
Building Size: 182m2 approx
Year Built: 1910
Local Council: Launceston
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