Mercury (Hobart) - Property

LOOK NO FURTHER

The chance to secure a high quality home in such a grand location — and with world class water and mountain views — comes along only so often.

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JARRAD BEVAN

GLORIOUS views across the river to the city and mountain are just the tip of the iceberg for this fantastic Howrah home.

It offers a fabulous floorplan, an impressive kitchen, enough space for a large family, plus easy level access from the garage into the house.

Designed by Mark Linardi, this enchanting Eastern Shore home features tastefully created interiors in harmony with angular exteriors and a beautiful, elevated location.

The generously proportion­ed property provides a comfortabl­e contempora­ry lifestyle across three levels in a highly sought after neighbourh­ood.

But let’s get back to that world class view for a moment. I’ve not stopped dreaming about it for three days!

The home’s water and city vista is framed in picture perfect fashion from vantage points all over this family sized house.

You can take in the boating activity on the water, a storm rolling in or a bright summer’s day from the dining room, kitchen, lounge, study or bedrooms.

Perhaps the No.1 location to drink in this special aspect is the huge deck, an alfresco entertainm­ent space that might just be the envy of the next owner’s friends and family.

Knight Frank sales consultant Abi Freeman said the stunning views had captured the imaginatio­n of many potential buyers.

“People want low maintenanc­e living as well as having enough space to be outside,” she said.

“At No.27, the massive deck provides the chance to take in the expansive view while relaxing or entertaini­ng.”

“With people moving to Hobart from the mainland, this type of luxury and wow factor is absolutely something that they are looking for.”

Since purchasing No.27 Skyline, Mrs Freeman said the current owners had updated the home to a high standard.”

“The floorplan is perfect for large families with a bathroom, two bedrooms and a study on the lower level, then abundant living upstairs including two bedrooms and a bathroom on the top level.

“The way people live now with children staying at home longer or grandparen­ts moving in, a flexible floorplan like this one provides enough space for everyone.”

The entry level of the home is dedicated to living with extensive glazing on this floor

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