West Hobart is a hot spot for historic architecture


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22 Lansdowne Crescent, West Hobart. Picture: SUPPLIED

THIS West Hobart home boasts lovely street-front appeal and an abundance of space inside and out.

The Victorian era produced some spectacular homes with high ceilings, pitched roofs and ceiling roses and this one is a great example of the era.

In one of the most desirable suburbs on Hobart’s Western Shore, this beautiful home highlights period charm, with many original character features from early in the 20th century.

A stunning cottage garden behind white picket fence leads to the wonderful leadlight entrance door.

Fit for a King.

A spot for your favourite books.

How to make an entrance.

Upon entry the hallway takes you through the whole home to the back yard. Rooms on either side of the hall provide a flexible floor plan with two living areas.

The well-appointed kitchen is a later addition with ample cupboards and work areas.

The living and dining area looks over the back yard, which has established garden colour, a cute feature bridge and undercover entertainment deck.

The modern bathroom has a large walk-in shower, and the updated laundry has plenty of storage.

CoreLogic figures show 6.7 per cent median house price growth in West Hobart last year.

There were 82 house sales.

On average they sold in 11 days on the market.

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