Undisclosed, Blackmans Bay. Picture: SUPPLIED
THIS private, grand home stands proudly staring directly at the River Derwent and the Iron Pot Lighthouse.
Its outstanding locale allows the owners to be among the first to view the yachts when the Sydney to Hobart fleet arrives in the Derwent.
The home boasts a multitude of living areas, comfortable and efficiently warmed.
They are generously proportioned for entertaining and have a beautiful symmetry of timber panelling, high architectural ceilings, lush carpets and floor-to-ceiling windows.
The kitchen, dining and family room has had some beautiful updates, including a Sirius induction cooktop with in-built down-draught rangehood, an Electrolux pyrolytic oven and a dishwasher. This area has access to the concrete- and granite-tiled front patio and the separate more formal living area.
Tall ceilings, big views.
An expansive, private master suite is also found on this entry level of the home. There is a an ensuite with floor-to-ceiling tiles, a double vanity, bath/shower and a walk-in wardrobe.
Above this main level is a work-from-home study space that provides separation from the main living zones.
The lower level of the home is majestic and roomy. There is a kitchen, bedroom, a study nook and access to the lower-level courtyard.
Postcard perfect views.
There is another bedroom with built-ins.
The bathroom on this level is a beauty, including the luxury of under-tile heating.
The southern end of the home features a rumpus or games room.
This Blackmans Bay property will be sold by expressions of interest, it is listed with Nest Property.
Its address is available by request.
Imagine sitting here.
CoreLogic figures show Blackmans Bay’s median house price grew by almost 23 per cent in the 12 months to the end of June.
There were almost 100 houses sold in that year. On average, houses sold after just 12 days on the market.