Real Estate

Positioned in a highly coveted Sandy Bay neighbourhood

Written by The ReReport
As seen in the Source link, written by on 2019-05-20 00:00:00

70a Princes Street, Sandy Bay. Picture: SUPPLIED

ULTRA-modern homes in this Sandy Bay neighbourhood are scarce and extremely tightly held.

No.70A Princes Street boasts an enviable location in a highly sought-after heritage precinct in central Sandy Bay.

This stylish and expansive modern family home is set over two levels.

From the top floor there are amazing views of the Derwent Estuary, Sandy Bay, the Wrest Point Casino and Hobart’s Eastern Shore suburbs.

The open living zone features a large entertainment deck, the dining space, family room and kitchen; all of which take in the blue views.

The kitchen features a granite benchtop alongside quality appliances including a Bosch oven and dishwasher plus a Siemens hotplate.

Cook up a feast.

Next stop is the formal lounge. There is also a studio, laundry, patio area and the main bathroom on this level.

Three master bedrooms are located on this level, including the huge master bedroom fitted with an expansive ensuite and a walk-in wardrobe.

There other bedrooms are spacious, have wardrobes and are well located on either side of the main bathroom.

Downstairs, there is another bedroom with built-in storage, an expansive living area, a bathroom and a second kitchen.

It is an ideal configuration for an extended family living under the one roof, or alternatively it might be suited to a short-term accommodation.

An alfresco entertainer.

There is also a huge double garage and a workshop on this level.

This house will be warmed in winter via ducted gas heating.

The property features established easy care gardens.

The position is ideal, central to everything, close to the Hobart CBD, surrounded by a host of public and private schools including one located in the same street.

No.70A Princes Street in Sandy Bay is listed with Lennard McLure at “Offers over $1.2 million”.

CoreLogic figures show Sandy Bay is top five in Tasmanian for the most expensive unit median prices and top two in the houses sector albeit with five times as many houses sold annually compared with neighbouring Battery Point.

Space for the whole family.

In the year through to the end of January, this premium suburb’s median house price grew by 4.1 per cent.

On average these houses were sold in 19 days on the market.