WITH mesmerising views of the beach, mountain and river, this large, dual living abode will suits a range of buyers — from growing families to executive couples.
The original residence has been expertly renovated and a second storey was built about 10 years ago.
The house now offers five or six bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Upstairs, a north-facing wall of glass showcases the beautiful views.
There is an open-plan living zone, a covered balcony and the master bedroom on this level. The master boasts a walk-in wardrobe and a large, stylish ensuite with a double shower.
The lower level is home to a formal lounge, a separate living room, a near-new kitchen and a bunch of bedrooms.
The kitchen boasts hard-wearing and stylish bamboo surfaces, timber floating floor and modern appliances.
The bedrooms are serviced by a contemporary bathroom. There is also a toilet in the laundry.
The owner can enter the home via a semi-enclosed double carport.
From the beautiful timber stairs to the gleaming timber foyer, this home is a showcase of how to build a high-quality home.
Head upstairs and a north-facing space with floor-to-ceiling glazing showcases breathtaking views of Blackmans Bay Beach, the River Derwent and kunanyi/Mount Wellington.
These mesmerising views can be enjoyed from the open-plan lounge and dining room, or the covered balcony, which is accessible from the lounge and the master bedroom.
With glass balustrading, this is a perfect place for alfresco dining.
The top-floor kitchen is linked to the ground-floor kitchen via a “dumb waiter’’, which will make transporting groceries a breeze.
There are two bedrooms on this level.
The master is grand and well designed with storage under bench seats, a huge walk-in wardrobe with sassafras panelling, and balcony access.
The ensuite can be accessed from both bedrooms. It has floor-to-ceiling tiles, a double shower
“wet-room’’ design, plus a double vanity with mirrored storage cabinets.
The rear yard has been landscaped for low maintenance.
No.10 Flowerpot Crescent, Blackmans Bay is listed with Harcourts Hobart at “Offers over $935,000”.
CoreLogic recorded 108 house sales in bustling Blackmans Bay in the 12 months to the end of July. On average, they changed hands after being on the market for 17 days. Compared with five years ago, the suburbs’s median home value has grown by more than 43 per cent.