Hidden behind the stone fence on the corner of Campbell & Douglas Street sits this stunning character circa 1910 property on a huge 2,069m2 allotment.
This special weatherboard home draws you in from the moment you enter the grounds. The beautifully landscaped gardens wrap around the home and offer a beautiful outlook from all windows.
Entering the home, you are greeted with a large welcoming entrance that leads you through to the open plan living at the rear of the home via the wide hallway. The sunny kitchen/living area is impressive with an updated kitchen with modern convenience including ILVE freestanding stove, built-in microwave oven, warming drawer, and dishwasher. There is a large amount of storage and vast counter space perfect for entertaining.
The dining and sitting area are located adjacent to this space and there are beautiful glass doors from this area out to the paved private entertaining area. This is the perfect space for drinks and entertaining friends. This home is surprisingly private with its larger established trees on the property offering a leafy oasis in the middle of Newstead.
This home features 5 great-sized bedrooms, the master suite has an impressive amount of built-in storage and looks out over the front verandah and into the gardens. A further 3 bedrooms include built-in storage and all have access to two fantastic bathrooms. There is a separate study, perfect for working from home, and a formal lounge with an open fireplace and access out to the separate sitting area.
The double garage is accessed off Douglas Street and includes a second roller door at the rear to allow access into the yard, perfect for a trailer/mower, plus an adjoining workshop/garden shed. There is extra off-street parking via the drive from Campbell Street.
The period features of this home are what is truly impressive with its wide hallways, pressed tin features on walls and ceilings, original timber flooring and fretwork, mantles, and gorgeous lead-light windows at the front. A lot of the rooms both bedroom accommodation and living areas feature built-in window seats and sitting areas making a lot of peaceful areas throughout the home.
- 5 bedrooms plus study;
- Open plan kitchen/living;
- Formal lounge with open fireplace;
- Ducted air conditioning;
- Stunning period features;
- Double garage with yard access and additional OSP;
- Impeccably landscaped gardens;
- Private outdoor entertaining;
- Wrap around verandah.
We are privileged to bring this iconic home to the market and can't wait to show you through. Contact Richard Sims today to express your interest in this stunning Newstead home.
Year Built: 1910
House Size: 284m2
Land Size: 2,069m2
Council Rates: $2,765 pa approx
Water Rates: $980 pa approx
Municipality: Launceston City
School Catchments: East Launceston Primary, Queechy High
Zoning: General Residential
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