51 Princes Street SANDY BAY, TAS 7005

Property Details

51 Princes Street SANDY BAY, TAS 7005



House Sold - SANDY BAY TAS

This charming circa 1910 home has street appeal in spades and is desirably located in a sought after pocket of Sandy Bay. A recent renovation has transformed the home into a stylish blend of classic original features and contemporary updates to create a warm and inviting home offering the best of modern living.

Conveniently set across one level, an open plan kitchen and dining room forms the heart of the home at the rear of the property. Well-equipped with quality joinery, this space will appeal to those who love entertaining family and friends at home. A second living room at the front of the house offers a quieter space away from the main hub and has an original fireplace. The master suite has been cleverly designed to include both an ensuite and walk in robe and the additional bedrooms are serviced by the central family bathroom.

Finished to a high spec with quality fixtures and fittings throughout, the home has a new roof and upgraded plumbing and wiring. Outside there are low maintenance established gardens, a garden shed with laundry facilities and a carport for undercover off street parking.

Perfectly positioned within easy reach of excellent local schools, UTAS, the shops, cafes and amenities of Sandy Bay and public transport, this property presents an outstanding opportunity to acquire a quality home where all the hard work has already been done for you. Simply move in, relax and enjoy a cosmopolitan lifestyle in the heart of Sandy Bay!

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Property Features
Mel Shutt
Property Consultant
0428 428 884
Highly regarded and tireless commitment.

Prior to Mel beginning her career as a Property Consultant in 2009, she came from a 14-year career in Child Protection where her communication skills were developed to a very high standard.

Since joining Ripple in 2010, both her tireless dedication and fine-tuned personal and communication skills have resulted in her becoming a highly regarded and sought after Consultant in her own right. Outside of real estate, Mel is married with two adult step children, and has two labradoodles that are the apple of her eye! In her rare personal downtime she enjoys playing competition squash, running and spending time in her garden!

There is no “area specialist” tag here! Mel has consistently listed and sold properties across all areas of Southern Tasmania. Her proven results, strong communication skills and tireless work ethic will be an absolute asset to her clients. Her own history of owning several rental properties, renovating, and the current project of designing and building a new home, all add to the many layers Mel brings to the table in terms of experience with real estate transactions!

Mel’s focus is clearly on “reward”. Her greatest sense of achievement and satisfaction is realised when she assists her clients achieve their dreams and move onto the next phase of their lives – and it is safe to say that the process of buying and selling property facilitates her personal objectives on that front! Make no mistake, Mel is a highly driven and competitive person and offers a perfect blend of qualities that will achieve fabulous results where all involved are rewarded! Along with the Ripple Team, Mel is a supporter of the Brightside Animal Sanctuary.

Mel is currently a board member of a non-Government body providing out of home care in Hobart and has previously been a committee member of Squash Tasmania and a member of Moonah Rotary.

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Thank you so much to Ripple Realty and in particular Mel for her wonderful help in selling my property in Lindisfarne. I could not have asked for a more professional and positive agent. Mel gave me excellent advice on preparing my house for sale and I was so impressed with the exceptional photos that were...Read More→