Great opportunity to secure a historic family home
POSITIONED on the edge of Sandy Bay and Hobart’s CBD, Elosi is the type of home that would have many stories to tell if its walls could talk.
This fabulous property dates back to 1885 and has not been on the market since the ‘90s.
With its steep gables and beautiful symmetry, this is a home that makes a fantastic first impression.
Elosi was originally built as a summer home overlooking the countryside and Derwent River.
Although the landscape has changed, the home retains many of its original features.
Over the years it has been lovingly restored and renovated.
For a family lifestyle, the house offers four bedrooms, two bathroom, multiple living areas and a great indoor-outdoor
For those that enjoy entertaining, there are options aplenty outdoors including multiple decks.
All of the bedrooms are a great size and they are all located on the upper level.
The home has a dedicated spa room or home gym area, a separate garage and hobby or playroom, plus the is an enormous amount of under house storage including a wine cellar.
The gardens are low maintenance and a charming highlight is the front yard water feature.
There is also plenty of off-street parking.
The spectacular views over Derwent River and beyond are the icing on the cake.
The location is enviable.
No.25 Proctors Road, Dynnyrne is listed with Ray White Hobart with expressions of interest closing on May 31.
It is within walking distance to schools, shops, parks, the University of Tasmania and about five minutes’ drive to Salamanca, the Hobart waterfront and the Hobart CBD.
Per CoreLogic data Dynnyrne has the third highest median house price in Tasmania in the 12 months through February.
In that time there were 16 house sales and the median grew by over 10 per cent.