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1840’s Inner City Cottage South Hobart

This award-winning beautifully renovated two-bedroom cottage is so well located you can leave your car in the lock-up garage and walk to Hobart CBD along the Rivulet Walkway. The cottage is warm and comfortable year-round with reverse cycle air conditioning plus heaters in bedrooms, dining room, and underfloor heating in the bathroom
You’re only moments to fabulous coffee shops and restaurants, near the Cascade Hotel and Cascade Visitors Centre plus an easy walk to the Macquarie St Shopping village.
This charming home is a stunning surprise of style and quality hidden behind its cute facade. The cottage features eye-catching original 1840’s floorboards and the Baltic Pine feature work in a tasteful blend of classic style with all the convenience of modern-day living.
Free-flowing lifestyle spaces displaying original artwork by celebrated local artist Heidi Woodhead, easy access to NBN, WiFi, and Netflix along with a super modern kitchen, sun-drenched private rear decking, a rear yard wonderland packed with trees and plants, and a private courtyard all combine to create the ultimate CBD fringe holiday pad.
The bedrooms are both, light-filled, stylish, and welcoming and the generously sized bathroom encourages a soak in the tub after a long day enjoying Hobart’s many delights.




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