16 Lorraine Crescent ROSETTA, TAS 7010Sold
SPECTACULAR WATER VIEWS AND SUNNY ASPECT
House Sold - ROSETTA TAS
Positioned in a quiet cul-de-sac on a generous allotment of 713sqm and capturing stunning water views, this solidly built brick low maintenance home is extremely well presented. This is a property that simply must be inspected to fully appreciate its sunny northerly aspect and spacious open plan living.
The entry level has an open plan dining room and upgraded kitchen. Large picture windows in this part of the house frame the mesmerising river and mountain views that serve as a backdrop to everyday life in this well located home. The spacious lounge is adjacent and cleverly designed so it too takes in the spectacular water views.
The master bedroom has an ensuite and BIR. The second bedroom is just as large with its own BIR serviced by a central bathroom with bathtub and shower and a separate WC. The laundry completes the floorplan on this level.
The staircase reveals a significant sized room that lends itself to a variety of purposes depending on the new owners requirements. The ceiling height in this space prevents this room being marketed as a third bedroom or rumpus room. This room also had its own seperate access to the front outside garden.
Surrounded by landscaped gardens, there is an undercover entertaining or children’s play area that could also be used as a workshop, hot house and a garage for secure OSP in addition to a garden shed.
The views and position of this home are simply stunning, close to Montrose Bay High, the bike track and Montrose Bay Reserve and the GASP precinct this home is perfectly located for both lifestyle and convenience.
Surrounded by other well maintained homes and close to amenities, this home presents a great opportunity for purchasers seeking a quality, affordable property that is still within easy reach of the CBD.
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