Salamanca Wharf Residences presents a rare opportunity to secure your piece of Hobart's most sought-after precinct.
A boutique selection of residences with secure undercover parking available; a rarity in this part of the city. Inside, residences are saturated in natural light with floor-to-ceiling double glazed windows and acoustic insulation. Fully equipped kitchens are kitted with Smeg appliances and granite bench tops, while custom-made furniture uses Tasmanian timbers in bespoke bedheads, dining tables and coffee table.
Surrounded by quaint streets, heritage docks and idyllic Princes Park, Salamanca Wharf Residences is a gem on Hobart's glistening waterfront. Laying claim to notable restaurants and cafes, artisan shops, galleries and a jam-packed events calendar, this prized pocket has been enticing mainlanders across the sea. Salamanca Wharf Residences combines modern comforts with daily convenience, all set to a backdrop of exceptional natural scenery and a deep sense of history. This is the perfect base to experience Tasmania's capital, whether you're settling in or just visiting for the weekend.
Its historic docks are lined with Georgian warehouses dating back to the 1830s, which originally served the whaling and export trade, and in the late 1800s functioned as fruit processing and jam factories. Salamanca Wharf Residences has been sympathetically designed to exist harmoniously within the historic streetscape. The landmark project, by local heritage architect Gary Forward, features a perforated frame, inspired by Fed Square in Melbourne, and steel cut outs that align with the windows on the adjacent buildings.
Tasmania's compact capital city certainly has a lot going on. From daring art to notable fine dining and dramatic natural landscapes, it's no wonder more and more Australian's are relocating from the mainland to call Hobart home. This city hums with creativity, luring artists, gourmands and adventurists enamoured by its relaxed lifestyle and cultural attitude. Just 10 minutes' walk from the city centre, Battery Point is the city's most historic suburb, famed for its cottage-lined streets and village ambience. Meander through Hampden Road with its homely bakeries, antique shops, bookstores and flourishing cafés. This is where you'll find the city's most exclusive real estate.
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Features include: Air conditioning,Balcony / Deck,Floorboards,Secure Parking
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