In the heart of Newstead lies this quintessential 1935 Tudor home,that offers the perfect fusion of original character features enhanced with modern updates.The accommodation and living is split over two levels with ample of room for the family to spread out.
For those who have an appreciation of style and quality,this superbly appointed beauty is embellished with a collection of period features including original fireplaces,lead light windows,window seats and stunning timber throughout.
The interiors throughout are a study of elegance where the vendors have preferred a neutral backdrop to compliment the classic original timber features.
Accommodation is flexible dependent upon the required use.Upstairs there are 3 large bedrooms and a beautifully appointed bathroom.Downstairs comprises of a large lounge and three other living areas,which one of those could be easily converted into a fourth bedroom if needed.Also on the ground level lies the well appointed kitchen that incorporates a generous dining area,which allows family and guest interaction during meal preparation.Another bathroom and two separate toilets,laundry and a large storage room(which would make a fantastic butlers pantry)are also located on the ground floor.
The gardens are low maintenance with a watering system throughout.The rear yard is private and comes with a child's playhouse.
There is ample of off-street parking,plus a single garage that can be used for a workshop also.
Just a short stroll to shops,supermarkets and 5 minutes to Launceston's CBD and a number of schools,this certainly is a desirable location.
This wonderful and functional home is the epitome of style and practicability,plus balancing comfort,convenience and desirability.
For more information and book an inspection please contact Wayne on 0418504742
We have in preparing this document used our best endeavours to ensure the information is true & accurate. Prospective purchaser are advised to carry out their own investigations
Building Size: 224m2 approx
Land Size: 716m2 approx
Year Built: 1935
Local Council: Launceston