Tranquility amid the
PROXIMITYto the city centre and the North Hobart retail and restaurant precinct enhances the appeal of this nicely presented and solid family home.
Built in the 1920s, the home retainsmanyof the architectural features of the period and a discerning buyer might well undertake a comprehensive make-over to further upgrade this comfortable residence.
Consultant Stepahn Shappell says that its convenient location close to a host of small businesses, as well as a number of schools, also makes it an excellent proposition for the landlord investor.
The level property, with easy care grounds, is on a bend and set back a little from busy
Burnett Street, providing for privacy and perhaps surprising tranquility.
It has a tiled front porchway and then a stained-glass entry to a central hallway with picture rails, a fretwork arch and built-in storage cupboard before a comfortable lounge with a gas heater set into a fireplace and an arch to a small adjoining dining bay.
Further along the hall is an up-graded kitchen with a skylight, a breakfast bar, a pantry cupboard, a stove with range-hood and an adjoining family/meals area with an electric panel heater and sliding door to a paved, low maintenance and securely fenced backyard with a lock-up timber storage shed and remote controlled roller-door access to a rear, paved parking area.
There’s also a tiled laundry with door to the yard, an upgraded bathroom with a skylight, a tiled floor, a corner shower bay, a vanity unit, a toilet, a built-in cupboard and a Tastic light/heater/exhaust and two good-sized bedrooms with one having a gas heater set into a fireplace and the other, a floor-to-ceiling built-in wardrobe and a box bay window.
This North Hobart property also is just a toddle from popular Soundy Park with its children’s playground.