This extraordinarily beautiful four-bedroom, two-bathroom, one level, Victorian Italianate home occupies a commanding position within what is without doubt Tasmania's most prestigious suburb, Battery Point.
This suburb and indeed this particular street retain so many historically significant, diverse and extremely interesting buildings and homes.
The magnificent St Georges Anglican Church shares the same street and was chosen for its elevation as the highest point within the suburb, yet is situated on near level grounds. Cromwell Street itself is broad and easily negotiated, something that can't be said for many of Battery Points many throughfares.
This home boasts so many original features in-tact including, ornate marbled and timber fire surround, exotic timber floors, (likely to be Celery Top Pine) multiple archways, four panel doors, box bay windows and so much more.
A relatively recent renovation has been undertaken under the direction of Preston Lane architects. Works undertaken include the construction of the two exquisite bathrooms, stylish kitchen, mains gas powered heating systems plus underfloor heating throughout the sunny and private rear living area.
This property occupies what for this suburb is considered a generous land parcel of over 600m2 with the house itself of substantial size.
The shopping precincts of both Battery Point and Sandy Bay are close by as is the fabulous Salamanca Place precinct, with Hobart's CBD itself within an easy walking distance.
If you are seeking a spacious, striking, brick, character home within a superb, prestigious city fringe location, this property will undoubtedly fit the bill.