Property Summary

Beds: 2 Baths: 1

Property Description

AFFORDABILITY AND POSITION

Maggie’s Cottage is one of a pair of weatherboard timber workers cottages built c.1890 that have historic, aesthetic and social importance to Launceston.

Situated on 154m2, the cottage is well presented and beautifully restored. The interior includes a central hallway, 2 good sized bedrooms, one with sun room, a bathroom and huge family/ dining room with electric wall heating and laundry. The kitchen is well equipped with extensive food preparation bench space, storage and a large window with garden outlook. The garden is intimate and private with an undercover area, garden shed, original outhouse and gate access.

The home retains many of its original charming features including corrugated iron roofing, chimney, brick firewall, open fireplace, high ceilings, Victorian timber architraves, skirting boards and Baltic pine flooring.

The weatherboard cottage is perfectly positioned. From your front door, you are within walking distance to the cosmopolitan heart of Launceston CBD ( 800m ), gourmet restaurants and cafes, parks, river walks, supermarkets, malls, museums, art galleries, leading schools, the University of Tasmania and Launceston Hospital. Within a 15 minute drive, the airport, the historic townships of Evandale, Longford and the famous Tamar Valley Wine and Food route can be reached. Hobart is a 2 hour drive and Melbourne a quick 50 minute flight.

Maggie’s Cottage is perfect as a first home purchase, weekender or rental/ accommodation venture and showcases all that a buyer aspires to – position, history, affordability and a secure investment – all in the heart of Launceston, one of Australia’s most sought after and strongest growth cities.

For further information including price, location and to arrange a private inspection, please contact Dominic Romeo on 0438 500 277