Mercury (Hobart) - Property

ENVIABLE CITY STYLE

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JARRAD BEVAN

BATTERY POINT apartment living is a lifestyle that is hard to beat.

For anyone that likes the idea of having the vibrant Hobart waterfront precinct at their finger tips — festivals, cafes, restaurant­s, art galleries, parks and the city within walking distance — this is the spot for you.

On Sunday, No.79 Salamanca Square hit the market offering three-bedrooms and two bathrooms, plus a carport.

Harcourts Signature property representa­tive Nick Cowley described the home was “fantastic” and said it had quickly caught the eye of a ton of local and interstate buyers.

“It is fully renovated and it is in an unreal spot,” he said.

“With the state of affairs on the mainland, I was expecting significan­t interest from interstate purchasers and that played out within minutes.

“On launching it, within an hour we had three Sydney buyers make inquiries.

“They all like the look of the location so close to the harbour and the city.

“Living here, you could avoid any traffic by walking to work, take a stroll to a wine bar, buy some fresh produce at the weekend market — it’s all about the lifestyle.”

When this complex was built it offered

“the ultimate in apartment living”, Mr Cowley said.

“And the apartments are even more prized and tightly held now,” he said.

No.79 is tucked away in a private position at the rear of the complex well away from the hustle and bustle of busy Salamanca Square.

Entry to the home is via undercover cover parking.

A slightly curved wall and the natural glow of timber parquetry flooring impress in the wide entrance hall.

To the left, there is a single bedroom with ample storage — perfect for guest s or to be used as a home office. There is a guest bathroom adjacent.

A fully updated galley-style kitchen is the backdrop to the open plan and living/ dining room.

Light filters into the kitchen via highlight windows the rear of the room.

Custom designed by one of Hobart’s leading joinery companies, it has soft close doors, push touch overhead cupboards, a Rangecraft plasma rangehood, Asko integrated dishwasher, Neff cooktop and oven.

The main living zone has been designed to ensure that storage and space will not be a problem.

Upstairs, the master bedroom has builtin wardrobes and a Juliette balcony.

The main bathroom is a mirror design of the downstairs bathroom and is located convenient­ly next to the master bedroom.

A second double bedroom is located at the end of the landing, it has built-ins and a wide window seat.

A spacious and separate laundry offers more storage and completes the upstairs living space.

No.79 Salamanca Square, Battery Point is listed with Harcourts Signature at “Offers over $1.1 million”.

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