ALMOST 20 Tasmania houses had been bought for $1 million or extra in September, together with this magnificence in Hobart’s northern suburbs.
No.156 Marys Hope Street, Rosetta fetched precisely $1 million, per realestate.com.au knowledge.
PRD Hobart director Rychelle Kay mentioned this massive household residence with large river views was bought by a purchaser primarily based in northern Tasmania.
“They’re at the moment dwelling in Burnie however grew up within the Rosetta space,” she mentioned.
“The household love the world, they like its proximity to every part you would possibly want and, after all, the beautiful views had been interesting.”
Final 12 months, Rychelle bought a equally spectacular Rosetta residence, not removed from this one on the identical highway.
Whereas that one was fashionable, she mentioned No.156 Marys Hope attracted much more curiosity.
“It was extremely popular and we had a number of gives in the long run,” she mentioned.
“It’s a stunning, very distinctive property with gorgeous views.
“Positively excellent for households and it additionally provided the potential to develop.
“The homeowners are dreading leaving. They’ve liked the property a lot and it holds so many reminiscences for them as a household.
“Nonetheless, the time is true for them to downsize and they are going to be staying within the space.”
No.156 is a six or seven-bedroom property with a number of dwelling areas.
It’s set on over 2300sq m of land and was initially constructed within the early ‘70s.
For households that like to swim, there’s a pool that may very well be introduced again to its previous glory if desired.
The property boasts a commanding place overlooking Mona, the Derwent River, Mount Path and surrounding suburbia.
The grounds are flat to softly sloping with grassed yards offering a number of room for the kids or pets to play.
For the hobbyist or tradie there’s a large 17m x 6m storage and workshop with three-phase energy and a wooden heater.