FeaturesClose to Schools,Close to Shops,Close to Transport,Fireplace(s),Garden,Secure Parking
There is no doubting you will be captivated by this stunning home built in 1898 and having undergone recent extensive renovations. You can only marvel at the workmanship of the sandstone foundation walls, sandstone steps and solidly built structure. Now boasting three good sized bedrooms, two living areas, a modern well appointed kitchen with gas stove and study, complete with lead light window for inspiration. Immediately upon entering the front door you are drawn inside by the original Tas Oak polished floors, modern light and bright decor that enhances the historic characteristics of the building. All the original fireplaces are in working order however the home is now heated by a cosy wood heater and energy efficient heat pump. With panoramic views from just about every room in the house you can only be mesmerized by the rural views over the river, hop fields and all framed by the mountains as a back drop. It doesn't matter what time of the day you want to wile away the time basking in the warm sunshine, there is a shady verandah on three sides of the house. The gardens have been meticulously planned and maintained by the current owners and compliment the cottage theme. There is a double garage and multiple external sheds/workshops that will keep even the most fastidious handyman happy. The property is located in a picturesque setting on a main tourist destination to the Salmon Ponds, Mt Field National park and the mountain bike track at Maydena. All this only ten minutes from the major shopping centre and town of New Norfolk and just thirty five minutes to the city of Hobart.The home will appeal to first home buyers, those looking to escape the rat race or wanting the benefits of country living a stones throw from suburbia. I am sure you will agree, this home is a must view so please phone for inspection.