This 1950s family brick home features 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom with a studio and is located on the outskirts of Huonville in the beautiful Huon Valley.
As you enter the home you will find a spacious open plan living and dining area that has the original floorboards which also feature throughout the home. There are also two separate sources of heating, a reverse cycle and a Saxon wood heater to help keep you cool during the summer and cosy during the winter. Continuing on, the kitchen offers excellent bench space, great storage and a large window to take in the rural views and all-day sun.
The main bedroom and the second bedroom are a large size and both featuring a generous size built-in robe and the third bedroom is a large size as well. The bathroom provides a free-standing shower, vanity, linen cupboard and the toilet is separate for further convenience to the home. Plus, the laundry provides direct access to the verandah and backyard for ease of use. An added bonus that comes with this home is the separate studio offering the ideal teenage retreat, mancave/entertainment area or a guest accommodation.
Outside you will find a covered entertainment deck area, that creates a great space to sit & relax or enjoy some space to entertain the family. The backyard is a low maintenance that includes a studio, established gardens, woodshed, carport, garage/workshop and a large flat area that is perfect for the family or for any garden enthusiast wanting to start their hobby at home.
There is also a 3kw grid-connect solar system on the roof of the house, to help in reducing those unwanted energy bills.
The property is located just a short 5 minute drive from the township of Huonville which will fulfil all your essentials needs such as local shops, cafes/restaurants, supermarkets, hardware store, banks, medical centre, transport and schools.
Features include: Air conditioning,Floorboards,Internal Laundry,North Facing,Fully fenced,Wall / ceiling insulation,Solar hot water,Solar panels
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