7A McTavish Avenue NORTH HOBART, TAS 7000Sold
ART DECO & CONTEMPORARY COMBINED
House Sold - NORTH HOBART TAS
Built in 1937 this solidly constructed brick home displays many attractive original features of its era and is desirably located in prize position just moments’ walk from the cosmopolitan North Hobart Strip in a quiet, no-through street.
The flexible floorplan offers a generous living room with original fireplace with wood heater and an adjacent sunroom with interconnecting French doors, and a large kitchen with quality appliances also with adjacent sunroom. There are two bedrooms with BIR, one with window seat and there is a third room with original fireplace that may be used as a third bedroom or further living space. The contemporary bathroom has been tastefully renovated to include a sumptuous bath tub and separate shower. A powder room provides the convenience of a second WC and the laundry completes the floorplan.
An ornate dome ceiling in the living room, original Tas Oak floorboards stamped Crips & Gunns throughout in addition to timber windows, wide skirtings and picture rails enhance the character and charm of the home, making this a very desirable property that will appeal to those with a love of art deco architecture. Modern comforts have been considered during recent upgrades with ducted natural gas heating and gas hot water installed in addition to NBN connection.
Positioned on a large allotment of 797sqm, there is a double garage and a private rear garden perfect for entertaining outdoors.
With character, quality construction and convenience, this is an outstanding opportunity to acquire a beautiful period home in an unrivalled location. Close to the many restaurants, cafes and bars of the North Hobart Strip, the North Hobart market is particularly hot right now.Be sure to contact Stuart as soon as possible to lock in your private inspection.
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