THE likelihood to purchase a house of any form or dimension is all too uncommon in South Arm. And the chance to snap one up of this dimension, high quality and site… that’s as uncommon as hen’s tooth.
It’s honest to name No.151 Blessington Avenue an architectural masterpiece.
Positioned by the water’s edge — and with 180-degree views of Hobart — this first-class, resort-style residence affords an enviable life-style the place as soon as you progress in, it’s possible you’ll by no means wish to
Property marketing consultant Harry Lambrakis of EIS Property described the house as “impressive on every front”.
“It is the type of property that leaves its residents and visitors alike in awe,” he stated.
“I actually love this residence – the whole lot from the commanding clifftop place to the luxurious life-style it affords to the standard options in and out.
“I may see myself spending all of my time on the entrance of the house having fun with the breathtaking views, listening to the ocean and watching the ships sail under.
“It’s so nice with the ability to stroll to the South Arm seaside, jetty, boat ramp and retailer, in addition to being a brief commute to Opossum Bay which has comparable services and in addition to a golf course
“It would also be fantastic to occasionally entertain, relax and stargaze on the huge deck.”
No.151’s location is a deal with — as distinctive as it’s enticing.
The design of the house makes the many of the locale with its large 85sq m sundeck that spans across the entrance of the house.
It’s an impeccable spot for indoor-outdoor entertaining, whereas having fun with the breathtaking and panoramic views of the River Derwent, over to Bruny Island, Mount Wellington, Sandy Bay and the Hobart Metropolis Waterfront.
The adjoining waterfront reserve results in the foreshore of the Derwent Estuary whereas sheltered Fort Seaside is barely a brief stroll away.
Plus, the subsequent home-owner may have direct strolling entry to the South Arm Seaside Retailer, jetty and boat ramp.
Mr Lambrakis stated the triple-bedroom abode supplied a sense of grandeur and a way of privateness on arrival.
Entry is through a solid-timber gate and thru to a double storage, which secludes the house from the remainder of the road.
As soon as by the gate, there are illuminated boardwalks to the entrance door, catching glimpses of the water and Mount Wellington.
The central kitchen is well-appointed, that includes a top-quality end with granite benches, high quality home equipment, a cut-in sink and rubbish receptacle, breakfast bar, tender closing doorways, a double-drawer dishwasher, in addition to a sink within the butler’s pantry.
The bogs are additionally prime quality with tiled flooring and partitions, walk-in showers, a deep bathtub, in addition to walk-thorough entry to the ensuite.
All through the house there are numerous vantage level from which one can take within the panoramic water and mountain views.
Ducted heating will maintain the house heat in winter and funky in summer time whereas outdoors the enclosed backyard with raised backyard beds gives loads of scope for these with a inexperienced thumb.
No.151 will really feel like a vacation in paradise each single day, Mr Lambrakis stated.
“Watch the ships sail by and enjoy your front row seats to the Sydney to Hobart yacht race every single year,” he stated.
Open houses for No.151 are scheduled for October 6 and eight (each at 5.30pm) and on the ninth at 4pm.
This three-bedroom two-bathroom house is listed with EIS Property at “ Affords over $1.195 million.