9 Richardson Avenue, Dynnyrne. Picture: SUPPLIED
FROM the breathtaking views to the abundant space, this well-positioned family home is extremely enticing.
Set on a double-sized block, this home boasts grand proportions and features four bedrooms and multiple indoor-outdoor living areas.
The house is expertly fitted with an expansive array of windows that capture uninterrupted panoramic water views and an abundance of sunlight.
It was built in the 1930s and over the years has been meticulously renovated and extended.
On the lower level the floor plan features two large bedrooms — with a bathroom positioned between them — and one bedroom with a walk-in wardrobe.
Room for the whole family.
Also on this level is a study, workshop and a carport.
On the upper level, the kitchen, lounge and dining room plus a couple of bedrooms are all enclosed by decks, balconies and outdoor entertainment areas.
For those who like to throw an intimate or a larger party, this home will be a treat.
There is also a big family room on this level plus the main bathroom, which is beautifully proportioned and fully renovated.
A wonderful location.
The huge kitchen will be perfect for the home chefs with its high-quality appliances and ample bench space, including an island bench that could seat four people for breakfast.
In the master bedroom there is a walk-in wardrobe and easy access to the main bathroom.
Outside, the yard is large, private and fully fenced.
The sleek bathroom.
Of the many appealing features of this suburb, it offers easy access to the CBD just minutes down the road, while also being close to schools, the university, shops and transport.
This home at 9 Richardson Ave is priced at “offers over $1,050,000”, it is listed with Petrusma Property.
CoreLogic figures show that Dynnyrne has been one of Hobart’s strongest markets of late, with almost 30 per cent median house price growth in the 12 months to the end of June.
In that time house sold, on average, in a stitch over two weeks on the market.