OUTSIDE, this large, solidly built 1990s home makes a grand first impression with its excellent street appeal.
Inside, wow, this is where the property starts to sing. The kitchen, dining and living zone is a space that puts it in the league of the best homes in Hobart.
This fantastic open-plan space is highlighted by stylish European appliances, granite benchtops, a walk-in pantry and a butler’s pantry.
There is a formal dining room and a beautiful loungeroom with a raked timber beam ceiling.
The sweeping river and city views can be enjoyed from this part of the home and many others, too.
Packed with features, this home has fully ducted twin-zoned heating and cooling on the main gas network, additional heat pumps, plus a main gas feature fireplace.
There is a ducted vacuum system, an alarm system, and automatic watering to take care of the gardens.
The floor plan spans three levels on a prime 903sqm block in one of Tasmania’s finest suburbs.
There are four generous bedrooms with built-in wardrobes, and two modern bathrooms including an ensuite in the master.
In the low-maintenance, landscaped gardens there are sandstone paths, bluestone retainer walls, as well an entertainment deck with seating, an overhead heater and surround sound.
The tiered vegetable garden will appeal to those who enjoy self-sufficiency.
Sandy Bay’s 24 Shepherd Street is listed with Fall Real Estate at “Offers over $1.4 million”.
CoreLogic statistics show that there were 134 house sales and 93 units sales in busy Sandy Bay last year.
This desirable suburb also had some of the state’s highest median prices behind only Battery Point.
Houses sold on average in 17 days on the market, while units were just ahead at 16 days.