Evan Manor c.1870 is situated in one of Tasmania’s most charming and historically important streetscapes in the Northern Tasmanian village of Evandale. Built in the Victorian-Gothic style, the home is set on a large 1474m2 allotment with an established garden comprising of mature deciduous plantings including Cedars, Elms, Golden Ash and one of the region’s largest Oak Trees.
The 193m2 house has beautifully proportioned rooms and original features typical of the period including verandah, bay window, fireplaces, dogleg staircase, sash and multi-paned windows, arched hallway, wide architraves and skirting boards, vaulted bedroom ceilings, decorative barge boards and steeply pitched Welsh slated roof.
The home comprises of 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 large formal and informal sitting rooms and a sun-room with a stunning garden aspect. The country style kitchen is large and has abundant storage space and cabinets. There is also a 2 car brick garage at the end of the long driveway.
Situated close to the heart of Evandale and all amenities, Evan Manor is a short 5 minute drive to the Launceston airport , 15 minutes to Launceston and close to the historic townships of Longford and Perth.
Evan Manor is a truly charming historic property, highly sought after and seldom found – in the heart of the Georgian village of Evandale. This one is straight out of a fairy tale.
Please contact Dominic Romeo on 0438 500 277 for further information.