Block size: 804 m² approx.House size: 96 m² approx.
Since 2006 the population of New Norfolk has increased over 6% and it’s not surprising as to why. Being one of the most picturesque towns of Tasmania rich with history, year on year more people are discovering why settling in little towns like New Norfolk is now like securing tickets to the hottest music festival before its even officially released.
16 Derwent Terrace is a fine example of one of the iconic weatherboard homes of the area settled on a large flat block of over 800 sqm.
Though at first glance you’ll wonder why it’s special but once through the door you’re greeted to high ceilings, beautiful original timber floors under foot, deep and rich picture railings and a character that shows that some things do get better with age.
The land is low maintenance and the old garage will still house any additional tools and items that you want kept away from the house.
Though time can be a cruel master, as an inspection will show elements that will need attending too, this 2 bedroom weatherboard home is a delight to be within. As the years roll on and the suburb continues to grow, this a terrific opportunity to secure a charming property in an increasingly popular beautiful Tasmanian town.
• Charming 2 bedroom home with high ceilings throughout • Stunning floor boards and picture rails • Large level block of over 800 sqm of land • Situated in a quiet, picturesque street