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The Mercury Real Estate Guide : May 22nd 2009
MERCURY Friday, May 22, 2009—57 a landmark This Californianbungalowis alandmarkproperty ina sought-after residential area close to the University of Tasmania. Typical of the style, the single-storeyhomehasadeep front veranda withatimber soffit, solid fretworkandan Australian touch with quite attractive flared shingle skirts. Fromthe veranda, there’sa leadlight entry toawidehall with picture railsandamore unusual pressed-tin ceiling.A tin ceiling is alsoafeature in the adjoining drawing room, whichhasopenfireplace, cornicesandadoor to the veranda. Across the hall isa comfortable loungeroom withafireplace, picture rails andaboxbaywindowwitha fretwork archandfrench doors toacosysunroomwith access to the level garden. Part of thesunroomhas been designated asabright study. It links to themainbedroom, whichhasanarched fireplace. Downacentral passage linking with the entrance hall are anotherbedroomand thenanup-gradedbathroom withatub,showerbay, vanity andtoilet. Attheendof the passage is aformal diningroomwitha fireplace,boxbaywindow with fretworkandpicture rails, larderandanadjoining kitchen withatiled floorand dishwasher.Fromthe kitchen, there isadoor toa covered side porch, behind SANDY BAY 15a Lord St 2/3-bed brick and shingle house with an iron roof whichis the laundry, woodshedandagardener’s toilet. In front is paved courtyardandthenanoff- street parking area with driveway to the Grosvenor St front gates. Thehomealso features 3.3m high ceilingsand extensive cedarwoodwork. House size: 203m2 Land area: 503m2 Offers over $760,000 Corkhill & Associates Refer: Pam Corkhill 6224 8222 Internet ID: 105664000
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