gorgeous first floor penthouse in city of Hobart

gorgeous first floor penthouse in city of Hobart

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3 Bedrooms
Sleeps 6
2 Bathrooms

About our home

My apartment was completely renovated in 2004 and occupies the whole first floor of the 19th century heritage building (old for Australia!). It's spacious and gracious, blending the high ceilings and architectural features of an old building with the contemporary fit out required for comfortable modern living. It's very spacious and comfortable for a group of friends or family to chill together. There are 2 double bedrooms, the master can be either a king sized bed or two singles beds plus a third single bed, plus a third single bedroom. With a fabulous chef's kitchen, you can take advantage of Tasmania's fresh food produce and eat in as well as at a plethora of fabulous local restaurants nearby. Only 7 minutes walk to Hobart's famed waterfront and in the very midst of an edgy emerging area - Mid Town with loads of small shops run by locals.
It is rented out to visitors so to see actual dates of availability go to the website at www.roxburghhouse.com.au to check for specific dates .

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More about us

  1. we're a couple with a blended family of grown up children and grandchildren

  2. Mary is celebrating her 70th birthday and wants to have a special time with her two daughters and their families with 6 children ranging from 1-11 in age. We treat other people's places with love and care just as our own.

  3. We love travel, gorgeous scenery, walking and exploring in beautiful places, good food and wine, house

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Where is it?

Neighbourhood

Just 300 metres from the CBD and surrounded by a mixture of homewares shops and small traders selling unique wares eg Map shop, childrens toys, environmentally friendly home wares, great coffee shops, music shops, new and second hand, outdoor clothing shops - the most interesting shops in Hobart and loads of ethnic restaurants and eateries

Buzzy restaurants
Etties, , Mures Lower and Upper Decks, Fish Frenzy, Astor Grill, Blue Eye, Da Angelo, Suminato, Don Camillo, Me Wah, Urban Greek, Fico, Bah Wa Izakaya, Templo, Black Footed Pig, Pearl and co, Frank , The Lounge by Frogmore Creek, Aloft, The Glass House, Roaring Grill, Dier Makr, Capital.Suzi Luck's Canteen and Cocktail Bar, The Drunken Admiral, Maldini Care, T42,Customs House , Maldin
Cool bars
Too many to mention!! Just go to Salamanca - 6-7 minutes walk away
Cozy cafés
Zum, Lark Distillery
Retail therapy
Salamanca Square, the Cat and Fiddle Arcade, Icon in Murray S, Centrepoint treet
Bit of culture
MONA, TMAG,Tasmanian Symphony Orchestra, lots of pub bands, eg The Republic
Walks in the park
St David's Park, around Hobart's Port, Parliament Gardens, Mount Nelson, Seven Mile Beach, Bellerive Beach
Spot of exercise
Mt Nelson Signal Station, tattersalls aquatic centre and gymn
Day tripping
MONA, Port Arthur, Tahune Airwalk, Derwent Valley, Mt Field, Freycinet, National Park, Mount Wellington

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