Ripe for the Picking

This 1920’s character weatherboard home is situated on the border of South Launceston and Newstead. As you walk up to the front door you are greeted with the most magnificent apricot tree, that I’ve been told produces the BEST tasting fruit.

Once inside you come to the front lounge area with beautiful bay windows featuring gorgeous stained glass that also flows through the entire property. There is also a built-in window seat that ties it all in perfectly. The master bedroom is also at the front of the home and is of a good size. The bathroom is centrally located for added convenience.

Moving further into the home you will come to the central dining space and 2nd bedroom plus the huge open kitchen with adjoining sunroom, the perfect spot to soak in not only the sun but also the gorgeous mountain and town views from these rooms.

Downstairs features a 3rd bedroom plus a multi-use room that would make a great rumpus room, play area or guest space. The laundry is also in this area plus two additional under house storage rooms.

The backyard is private and features the addition of two raised vegetable beds and an impressive apple tree.

All of this and oh so close to all conveniences of Launceston and surrounds. Including great schools, shops, cafes and the hospital.

– Reverse cycle air conditioning, wood heating, electric heating options;
– Multi use room downstairs- great for a rumpus area;
– Period stained glass features;
– Huge open kitchen area;
– Off street parking

Built: 1925
Building Size: 143m2 approx
Land Size: 475m2
Council Rates: $1,400 pa approx
Water Rates: $1,000 pa approx
Municipality: Launceston

Sims for Property has no reason to doubt the accuracy of the information in this document which has been sourced from means which are considered reliable, however we cannot guarantee accuracy. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations.

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