Property details

3 Bedrooms + Study
1 Bathrooms
2 Garage
Fully Furnished

This immaculately presented three bedroom home in situated in the popular and convenient suburb of Sandy Bay. Positioned directly opposite UTAS and the Hutchins School, this property is nestled on an elevated block and boasts panoramic views out over the Derwent River.

Other features of this bright and sunny home include; Three spacious double bedrooms, two with built-in robes Separate study or fourth single bedroom with storage Spacious and sunny open plan living and dining with water views Recently update kitchen with ample cupboard and bench space Bathroom with stand alone shower and separate bath tub, separate toilet.

Separate laundry with immediate access to rear yard Easy to maintain, spacious and fully enclosed rear yard Level patio area, perfect for BBQ’s/entertaining and enjoying the view Fully secure garage with ample storage and separate workshop that provides internal access to the main house Property is on local bus route and provides off street parking.

Neighbourhood
Sandy Bay, Tasmania 7005

Get to know Sandy Bay

Sandy Bay is an inner suburb of the city of Hobart, located immediately south of the central business district, and adjoins the suburb of Battery Point, and has a long frontage to the River Derwent.

Sandy Bay has many large homes, and is known as one of the city’s prestigious areas. In the more southern areas of Sandy Bay, close to the water and also high on the slopes of Mt Nelson, are some of Tasmania’s most expensive real estate. It is also the site of the Hobart campus of the University of Tasmania, and the private schools, Fahan School, The Hutchins School, and Mount Carmel College, Sandy Bay. There is considerable diversity within the suburb. The area surrounding the University of Tasmania is home to considerable student accommodation.

Life in South Sandy Bay
Sandy Bay is accessible from the city via Sandy Bay Road, which runs from Davey Street in the city all the way to the Kingsborough municipal boundary at Taroona where it becomes the Channel Highway. Before the construction of the Southern Outlet, the road was the primary route to and from Kingston. The higher parts of Sandy Bay are accessible via Regent Street, which bypasses the main shopping district and goes through the University to Churchill Avenue and Lower Sandy Bay.

Sandy Bay is bounded on the east by the Derwent River, and has several beaches along the shore, the main beaches with public access are Nutgrove Beach and Long Beach. Australia’s first legal casino, Wrest Point Hotel Casino, was opened in 1973 at the site of the former Wrest Point Riviera hotel. The suburb is accessible from the city via Sandy Bay Road, which runs from Davey Street in the city all the way to the Kingsborough municipal boundary at Taroona where it becomes the Channel Highway. Before the construction of the Southern Outlet, the road was the primary route to and from Kingston. The higher parts of Sandy Bay are accessible via Regent Street, which bypasses the main shopping district and goes through the University to Churchill Avenue and Lower Sandy Bay.

Google maps link: Sandy Bay – Google Maps
 
3 Bedrooms + Study
1 Bathrooms
2 Garage
Fully Furnished

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