Have the place to yourselves! Only a few blocks from Hobart's CBD and waterfront with easy access to public transport. A five minute walk to the North Hobart restaurant strip and cinema. Central heating and loads of artworks by the locals.
Built in 1840 the house has a sense of history mixed with a relaxed, comfortable feel. Newly carpeted and painted (on the inside) and with ducted heating to each room the house has a good feel all year round. The dining room is casual and joined to a fully functioning kitchen, the dining table seats ten so eating in is just as easy as heading down to the many restaurants in the North Hobart strip. There is a large lounge room upstairs with a T.V., board games two seating areas and a book swapping shelf in case you finish the novel you brought and are keen to swap it for a new one. The west facing balcony is the perfect place to watch the sun go down with you favourite beverage. Outside there is oodles of space and a BBQ.
The whole house and yard is yours to enjoy. There is parking out the back (which is not undercover) or on the street ( two hour parking between 8am and 6pm). The driveway is narrow so be carful when heading down to the parking spaces.
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Although we don't live on the property we are only a phone call away and are happy to help you with anything you need.
For those of you who are interested in art, Handmark Gallery at Salamanca place is the origin of much of the art featured in the house. It is a 20 minute walk or a short bus ride and well worth a look. Salamanca place is also the location of the popular Saturday market.
Capulus (take away) coffee is just around the corner in Tasma street, they open early if you wake up with an urge ... the coffee is great.
'Fuel so good' is your closest cafe on Elizabeth street and if you love organic food you really should try it.
For great (slightly more indulgent and not for kids) food and wine the best new little restaurant is Templo on Patrick street but don't forget to book I am not the only one who thinks it good.
The Farm Gate Market in the CBD on Sundays is where local growers, bakers and food makers sell their wares.
The historic and much loved State cinema in the North Hobart shopping strip is Hobart's only independent cinema and has a lovely book store attached.
Hobart now has lots of little festivals so don't forget to check out if there are any on while you are in town.
Last of all and I am sure I hardly need to mention it but don't forget to go to MONA gallery.
We love our house and have done our best to make it fresh and beautiful for you so please take care of it. All our furniture is new and lovely. That in mind, no messy meals up in the living room or getting wild with your glasses of wine.