This historically significant Eastern Shore icon, originally built in 1890, combines original characteristics with architectural design and high-quality interior renovation. Its current owners had a vision of transforming the liveability and functionality of the home, and through their years of home improvement, this has certainly been achieved. They have been able to transform this already-impressive home into an exclusive and flexible floorplan that will easily sit amongst Hobart's finest.
At its inception, it was constructed as a residence for the Bellerive/Sorell Railway Line Station Master, and, in keeping with its history, the current owners have appreciated that era's elegance whilst modernising the way in which this house can now be enjoyed.
The home now offers much flexibility. The upper level is fitted with a Hamptons-inspired kitchen featuring high-quality, integrated appliances and bi-folding doors that open to an expansive patio increasing the entertaining or relaxation spaces. This area is sunlit with a large atrium skylight above the kitchen bench. The living area is accessible from the kitchen and the majestic dining area from the opposing end. There are three bedrooms on this level. The master is simply exquisite in every way with amazing storage, a show-stopping ensuite and lovely river views. There is also a main bathroom/laundrette servicing the remaining two bedrooms for this level, suitably designed for royalty more so than the Station Master. The upper level of this extraordinary home is bright, light and filled with many pristine features both old and new.
The jaw-dropping entry level features modifications and additions for your benefit. A second kitchen and dining room which can accommodate a shared living arrangement however, is equally as adaptable for entertaining guests on the large, level, grass and concrete external expanse. Adjacent to this kitchen is the sitting area with wood heater and convict-marked sandstone block wall the perfect place for a wintery Sunday. The floorplan is completed with a fourth bedroom wing that features sunlight and views with WIR, new bathroom and second laundry.
This is a rare opportunity to purchase your very own piece of Tasmanian history in one of the most prestigious positions in Southern Tasmania. Please enquire now for your opportunity to view the home.
Rewired with NBN connection and LED lighting Large 100m2 garage and workshop Short walk to cafés, beaches and schools Underfloor and wood heating Rent appraisal: $1000 per week
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Features include: Balcony,Courtyard,Outdoor Entertainment Area,Remote Garage,Broadband Internet Available,Built-in Wardrobes,Dishwasher,Workshop,Open Fireplace
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Block Size:882 m²*
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