Mercury (Hobart) - Property
This modern marvel is ready to set a new pricing benchmark for Blackmans Bay and its easy to see why.
TIMELESS elegance and sophistication is on show throughout every inch of this impeccable Blackmans Bay home.
It is the type of property that makes a grand first impression and then follows that up with even more impressive features that flow throughout its stately 320sq m double storey floorplan.
And it takes but a second to realise who designed the home. Mark Linardi? Yes, you got it in one.
Nest Property marketing consultant
Todd Pepper described the home as “outstanding” and said it features many of the design cues that are synonymous with the Linardi design language.
“It is a remarkable property, and it is poised to set a new benchmark for Blackmans Bay pricing when it is sold,” he said.
“This is a home that has got the whole package. From the design flair and the high quality construction to the gigantic water views, the privacy and position. It all comes together to create an amazing property.
“In my opinion, it’s the best house that is on the market in Kingborough right now.”
Entry to the property is via a concrete internal driveway extending from Sandra Drive.
As the electric gate closes, eyes are drawn to the mixture of steel beams, rendered walls, curved roofing and floor-to-ceiling glazing. It is nothing short of a showstopper.
The home’s entry foyer is beautiful with its double height glazing that allows natural light to enter the heart of the home while sun and shadows bounce across the adjacent pond.
A gorgeous master craftsmen-built stairwell beckons a visitor to head directly to the top floor. But let’s not get ahead of ourselves. Immediately to the left there is an extremely generous open-plan family, kitchen and dining room to explore.
The living room is some 4.4m x 6.1m and the dining and kitchen a further 6.3m x 7.4m — enough space for the largest of families and a bunch of friends, too.
“In summertime, you can open the living room doors to the courtyard on one side of the home, and then the dining doors to the outdoor entertainment space on the water side of the property,” Mr Pepper said.
“It transforms the space into a giant indoor-outdoor entertainer.”