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Modern Inner City Living in Charming Launceston

9 Elphin Road, Launceston, Tas 7250

EOI 4 Beds 4 Baths 425 SQM
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If you are looking for a sea change with a difference, this beautifully renewed and updated residence has had no expense spared in its magnificent modern extension to make it one of the most desirable addresses in this charming Tasmanian hub.

Launceston is one of Australia’s hidden secrets, situated in the north of Tasmania. Characterised by wonderful scenery; beautiful gorges and picturesque waterfalls are some of the natural attractions nearby.

The area is host to many wineries and farms meaning produce is fresh and locally sourced. Visit the beautiful Tamar Valley, just 30 minutes by car to try some wine and cheeses whilst admiring the beautiful Tasmanian scenery.

Launceston offers some of the best boutique shopping, cafes and restaurants and of course, beautiful heritage hotels, all the conveniences you could want from a well-established country town.

The property has been designed from the ground up to offer modern luxury living whilst retaining its original circa 1880s charm. A high quality meeting of old and new gives the address a wonderfully dynamic personality, reflecting the town’s beauty and rustic charm.

The unassuming brick facade hides splendid Baltic pine floors and high ceilings throughout. Situated on a hillside, meaning a modest elevated entrance transforms into elegant open spaces with original fireplaces to make you cosy and warm in the winter. All four bedrooms feature spotless ensuites and the master has a vast walk in robe, a balcony on the entrance level enjoys beautiful views over Northern Launceston past the top floor conservatory and bar.

Heading downstairs you will find an immaculately appointed kitchen with electric induction cooktops and a scullery leading out onto a wide, north-oriented terrace, perfect for summertime Rosé from one of the local vineyards.

A triple garage below is a secure place to keep your vehicles with below lift access to the entire house and offers plenty of storage. Underfloor heating in the conservatory, kitchen and ensuites plus two guest fireplaces and a downstairs electric fireplace will keep you toasty in Tasmania’s famously chilly winter.

Launceston Suburb Snapshot
  • – A$622,500 Median House Price
  • – 40.84% Annual Growth
  • – 48,050 Population
  • – 41 Average Age