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For sale

House

Offers Over $1,750,000
5Bedrooms
3Bathrooms
6Carspots
630 sqmLand size
Johnnie Lennard
+61 448 595 221
John Lennard
+61 417 556 620

205 Davey Street, South Hobart, TAS, 7004, Australia

Map of the surrounding area

Property Features

  • Ensuite
  • Air Conditioning

About this Property

"The Mill", built in 1832, zoned "Urban Mixed Use" is a magnificent property which could be used as a family home, or as a commercial office space.

The main building comprises 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, kitchen and two living spaces. It is currently used as a family home but has previously been professional office space. Consequently, the property has installed an alarm system and surveillance camera. The building has "fibre to the premises" (FTTP) NBN service and is extensively wired for ethernet cable connections.

The homestead oozes period charm and is heritage listed. The convenience of modern, air-conditioning units in several rooms keeps the property warm during the cooler months with a fire heater option.

The separate, fully renovated, one bedroom guest house with car parking is an added bonus for the teenage child, elderly parents, air bnb (has current permit) or as currently utilised a fully tenanted occupant bringing in regular income.

Car parking for 6 cars at the rear of the property is an added bonus in this central location.

The converted Mill, built by Sir Alfred Stephen (former Chief Justice of NSW and Tasmania) in 1832 is a 10 minute walk from the city centre. There are food stores, restaurants, chemist, cafes, Salamanca Place, Battery Point, all within minutes walk of the property.

The South Hobart area showcases houses of an almost complete Victorian through to early twentieth century streetscape and many of the homes nearby are characterised by substantial and significant gardens and tree plantings, many dating from the nineteenth century. The homes of the area reflect the status of the precinct as the most prestigious address in Hobart from early last century.

Hobart is Tasmania's capital city and is nestled amongst the foothills of Mt. Wellington, at the entrance to the Derwent River, amongst a contrasting blend of heritage, scenery and culture.

Come and view "The Mill House & The Mill Cottage" in a setting of heritage homes, exceptional beauty and convenience to all Hobart has to offer.

Johnnie Lennard

Lennard Mclure
+61 448 595 221

John Lennard

Lennard Mclure
+61 417 556 620
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