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Blue chip Mount Stuart is exceptionally popular, and this circa 1938 character double-brick home with ample proportions represents a fantastic opportunity to make a large home or a healthy growth investment.
Charming late interwar period features such as Oak floor boards, high ceilings, and picture rails adorn the solid construction. And with pretty triple fronted street appeal, this beautifully presented, light-filled home is the epitome of "location, location" and will reward refurbishment.
It is within easy 1.5km walking distance of the living, breathing, vibrancy of the North Hobart cafe, restaurant, bar and cinema strip with all the richness and excitement it offers.
All four bedrooms are large; one has built in robes, and another has a walk in robe. There is a formal dining room off the kitchen which is open with the formal lounge room.
An impeccably presented retro basin and tub is just gorgeous in the main bathroom, and there is a second bathroom that combines as the laundry. There is opportunity to manufacture some equity by revamping these.
The rear of the property has been extended in the 1980s, designed by Esmond Dorney (a notable Hobart architect of the time). It is here that an informal lounge is bathed in sunlight and warmth via a clever glazing plan.
Outside is a lovely, sunny, and generous lawned yard with a paved courtyard for gatherings and BBQs. Here you will find bountifully fruiting Lemon, Golden Delicious, and Nectarine trees.
Underneath is a garage that could cater for two cars in line, as well as vast storage options and a handy-man's workshop.
Whether you are looking to invest in the Hobart success story, or find your perfect home, then look no further than this grand old treasure - call today to discover it!