THE sale of this beautiful South Hobart Federation dwelling went off like a frog in a sock over the previous week.
Constructed within the early 1900s, No.2A Darcy Road attracted the eye of patrons far and vast — truly, worldwide.
EIS Property director Penny Flanagan ran two open properties with a complete of 86 inspections.
“We additionally had 4 FaceTime calls to ex-pats in Jakarta, the UK, Canberra and Victoria,” she stated.
Penny had eight contracts to current to her vendor.
“Our vendor is thrilled as we have been in a position to exceed the asking value,” she stated.
The property was available on the market for lower than one week.
It hit the market at “Gives over $1,050,000” and the sale value is presently undisclosed.
In a narrative that seems to be growing in frequency, the property was offered to patrons who’ve ties to Tasmania.
“It went to younger household who moved again to Hobart from the mainland,” Penny stated.
“They grew up right here.”
Penny stated the property’s location and comfort appealed to the customer.
“And being all on the extent plus the stunning character look of the property, it ticked many bins,” she stated.
No.2A Darcy is the kind of dwelling that gives the character of a bygone period blended effortlessly with the comforts of recent dwelling.
The four-bedroom home has an up to date kitchen with an island bench, a eating space and a relaxed lounge on the coronary heart of the house.
French doorways open to the rear backyard.
A powerful ensuite and countless built-in wardrobes are highlights in the master suite.
When it’s time to calm down, the deep freestanding modern tub within the crisp white central household rest room would be the place to be.
Reminiscent of the Federation period, the house options fireplaces and mantles, timber floorboards and a phenomenal facade that creates engaging kerb enchantment.