Occupying a truly first-class position opposite Princes Park at the quiet end of Salamanca Place, this beautifully refurbished terrace provides for unsurpassed city fringe living.
Built c1880, this wonderful home is only one of four named "Quarters for Boat Crew" and is one of the most tightly held residential pockets in Battery Point, unquestionably Hobart's foremost inner suburb, a short stroll to the city via Salamanca and Sullivans' Cove.
Accommodation comprises three double bedrooms (one currently used as a library), ensuite to master, a second bathroom, an incredible sandstone lined 'den' (the perfect media room/cellar), a superb designer kitchen and an architect designed ultra-modern living room opening onto a beautiful north east facing terrace.
The home has been completely transformed in recent years to provide for a sophisticated and stylish offering, only matched by its awesome position. The list of features and inclusions is long and includes: gas fired hydronic heating, underfloor heating, Giogali crystal chandeliers, security system, woven Axminster carpets, professional art hanging system, Gessi tapware to bathroom and ensuite, bespoke joinery, high end kitchen appliances including a Professional Falcon stove.
The main living zone features retractable floor to ceiling glazed windows which open onto a wonderful sun filled terrace, whose boundary is a historic sandstone wall which is reportedly the oldest seawall in Australia. There is a front verandah overlooking splendid Princes Park and a highly sought-after single lock up garage with auto door.
This unbeatable position offers incredible amenity. Opposite beloved Princes Park, a short stroll into Salamanca Place, home to Salamanca markets and Hobart's leading entertainment precinct. Walk to the city centre and Hampden Road shops. It does not get any better than this.
Council Rates: $4,500 p.a.
Tas Water: $1,000 p.a