Kingston: A treasured timber showcase
IN a delightfully peaceful and secluded location, this family home was built to exacting standards.
Impeccably maintained indoors and out by the current owners, this outstanding property is ready for the next family to enjoy the wonderful lifestyle that is on offer.
Only 20 minutes from Hobart city, this enchanting property is set in a no-through road minutes from beaches and Kingston’s shopping district.
However, privacy and seclusion are assured with this property’s 2ha of land, including bush, native gardens and lawns that surround the house.
This architect-designed mud brick house is a showcase of Tasmanian timbers.
The floor plan stretches out over two generous levels.
Accommodation includes four bedrooms, one with an ensuite.
A spacious main bathroom services the other bedrooms.
The sunken lounge is a stunning space that measures 74sqm. It has full-length windows bringing the verdant views right inside. The floors are myrtle, there is mood lighting, and a Jetmaster fireplace adds warmth and ambience.
The kitchen is beautifully appointed with richly polished celery-top benches and quality Ilve appliances. There is gas and electric cooking.
An adjacent dining room flows easily to either the rear entertaining area or the front gardens.
Outbuildings include a fully lined garage/studio with timber floating floors, plus a double carport and a 9m x 3m Colorbond shed.
No.80 Hackford Drive in Kingston is listed with Charlotte Peterswald at “Offers over $1 million”.
Kingston is consistently ranked in Hobart’s top few suburbs for the highest number of sales, and in the 12 months to the end of January CoreLogic figures show 158 houses and 71 units were sold.
In that time the suburb’s median house price grew by more than 11 per cent. Houses changed hands, on average, in 13 days on the market.