Property ID. 69705 Send an online enquiry then check your email for a link to apply
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This fully furnished property is situated in one of the most highly regarded streets in Sandy Bay offering magnificent sunny, northerly 180 degree views of the River Derwent. Watch the cruise ships make their way up the river, the Sydney to Hobart yachts, or the fireworks display on New Year's Eve.
Offering easy entry and is all on one level with spacious L-shape lounge/dining room, large kitchen/family dining, 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.
Recently renovated with with updated kitchen and appliances, the house also contains heat pumps in 3 bedrooms, the lounge and also in the kitchen area to ensure the house is warm on those cold winter days.
The house also has provision for Foxtel in the lounge room and two bedrooms. The Master bedroom is spacious with its own ensuite, the internal laundry has plenty of storage.
The property has 1 carport, option for second car to park in the driveway together with more room for off street parking.
This fabulous property is close to the city, walking distance to public transport, minutes to UTAS Sandy Bay, private schools, the beach and Sandy Bay shopping.
Unlimited internet is included. The lease term is negotiable for the right tenant.
Features include: Air Conditioning,Furnished,Heating,Pet Friendly,Internal Laundry,Dishwasher,Fully Fenced
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