Stately two story Brick modern renovations.

Stately two story Brick modern renovations.


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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
1 Bathrooms

About our home

The house has off street parking, wonderful entertaining garden with BBQ tables and lounges. Kitchen and living and dining open out via enormous double glazed stacker doors onto entertaining deck. The upstairs main bedroom has water views and the bathroom has a bath. The second bedroom is very roomy and has two large single beds. There is a large staircase and a powder room downstairs.



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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
North Hobart in walking distance has the restaunt stripes well as Hobart City and warf area, all walking distance.
Cool bars
Salamanca and the warf area is in walking distance with heaps of fun bar. Lark whisky bar has great music and is like an iconic Irish den with all kinds of whiskeys and tapas. Frank is a Sth American bar and grill and has great Argentinian dishes.
Cozy cafés
Pigeon Hole Cafe just down the street does the best French sour dough bread,coffee and breakfast.malso Small Fry,malso just on Bathurst St. Does fantastic breakfasts and lunches, both are gourmet very aloud able and tiny cozy local haunts.
Retail therapy
Salamanca markets on Saturday has tons of local goods, there are plenty af galleries along the strip that sell Tasmanian fine wool, timber, and crafts. City is a few blocks away.
Bit of culture
MONA, a must , try for at least two days as the modern and new art gallery is huge and beyond splendid. You can walk to the MONA ferry, it's worth the ride.
Walks in the park
Botanical gardens and the streets of West Hobart sport the best and oldest cottage gardens and architecture, walking along Bathurst street into the farmers market on Sunday is a treat.
Spot of exercise
Up the back from this wonderful house is the Knocklofty reserve and you can walk all the way to the top of Mt. Wellington if you feel up for it. It's not that far and you can have lunch at the Fern Tree hotel on the way.
Day tripping
Bruny Island, Eagle Hawk Neck and Port Srthur on the Tasman Peninsular are great days out.

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