Blackmans Bay

19 Tahune Crescent

House
Sold 3rd June 2019
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2
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on the market limited time!

This architecturally designed home is superbly positioned to capture all day sun and incredible water and mountain views. Impeccably presented, it boasts the perfect blend of luxury and functionality. The superbly appointed kitchen features granite benchtops, steam and convection ovens, quality stainless steel cooktop and the most sensational outlook over the Derwent River. No expense has been spared in the finish of this outstanding family home. Limited time on the market – don’t miss your chance.
– almost 300m2 – flexible floor plan to suit your individual needs
– just 20 minutes to Hobart
– open plan living with fabulous balcony access
– double glazing and quality luxaflex blinds
– master with elegant ensuite & underfloor heating
– theatre/games room/optional extra bedroom upstairs
– powder room
– kitchen boasts soft touch doors and in built wine rack
– multiple skylights for added natural light
– flooring Tasmanian oak or top quality carpet
– main bathroom with spa and heated floors
– lined double garage with internal access
– thermostat controlled heating throughout
– pellet and panel heaters
– inbuilt surround sound
– potential for independent living on lower level
– downstairs bedrooms featuring separate balcony and amazing outlook
– additional spacious study/office
– situated in quiet cul-de-sac
– external access to downstairs
– electronic, remotely operated sliding entrance gate
– huge under house storage and workshop
– off street parking
– low maintenance established garden with citrus fruit trees
– close to multiple schools, shops and pristine beaches
– medical and childcare centres nearby
– short walk to bushwalks, parks and reserves

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Property Information

Year Built
2003
Land Area
567 sqm approx
Floor Area
296 sqm approx

Features

Roof
Colorbond
Exterior
Render

Parking

Garage Spaces
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Documents

Buyers Declaration Letter Floor Plan PPcontractinstructions NEW Sale Contract