Built in 1908 (approx.) and reminiscent of homes built in this era, this home still retains much of its original charm and turn of the century features. Including spectacular lead-lite windows, high ceilings, decorative ceiling centrepieces, large skirting boards and original windows. The charm of this home is evident from the moment you step through the front double doors...
The original part of the home has been updated over the years with a lovely neat and tidy Tasmanian Oak kitchen, and central to the kitchen is the stunning original fire place. The kitchen is a good size with a large pantry, dishwasher and quality appliances. This area opens to a small dining room and there is also access to the living room/formal dining room.
The formal lounge room is grand in every sense of the word and has a beautiful feeling of years gone by. The three bedrooms in the main part of the home are all large in size, the master having a wall of built-in robes and a very neat and tidy ensuite.
A few further updates: - Near new hot water cylinder - Colourbond roof replaced in recent years - Pureheat electric heating in the formal lounge & LG reverse cycle air conditioner - Stunning ornate timber doors between the two living areas - Original double fire place between the kitchen and living room - Quality Axminster carpet - Original curved hallway cupboard - Sunroom off kitchen/dining - Outdoor BBQ area
The skillion part of the home sees two further bedrooms or a study area, plus the back porch and laundry. Out buildings include a shed with the third toilet plus the single car garage.
One of the major drawcards of this magnificent properties has to be massive block size of 1249m2. Where the home sits on the block and the fact the property is a corner block makes for a brilliant opportunity to subdivide this block and reap the rewards. (STCA).
This premier location of Devonport sees this home one block from Victoria Parade and the beautiful walking tracks that surround our fabulous City. Devonport is a stunning City with a population of 25,000 people and built around the Mersey River. North Fenton Street, arguably one of the best streets in Devonport is also just under 1Km walk to the CBD, where you will find café's, gorgeous restaurants and quality shops.
Please phone the listing agent Wendy Squibb to enquire about this magnificent home, I will be delighted to show you through.
Features include: Air conditioning,Internal Laundry,North Facing,Dishwasher,Shed,Fully fenced,Garden / Courtyard
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