(BER: Buyer Enquiry Range) Brighton is fast becoming a popular suburb for both home owners and investors alike and when combined with the immaculate presentation of 23 Erin Close, it certainly is a combination that is hard to beat. Built in 1990 and comprising of 3 bedrooms, all with built in robes, updated bathroom with separate shower and separate toilet for your convenience, the home is kept comfortable all year round with reverse cycle air conditioning and has room for up to four off street car parks. Featuring open plan living, dining and updated kitchen, with sliding doors that lead through to an excellent entertaining deck and outdoor areas including manicured lawn, fire pit and large garden shed, there are options aplenty when it comes to this lovely property. Within walking distance to schools, supermarkets, transport and other amenities, this is a location flexible enough to suit you, no matter what your situation. A home in this location, presented as well as 23 Erin Close will not last long, get in quick to organise an inspection of this lovely property.
Price: BER: $330,000 - $380,000
The Summary • Nothing else like it in Tasmania, once in a lifetime opportunity • 4 bedroom home built around 2 original Hobart Trams • Large living area with raised ceilings • Tram windows stretching right across the home • 3 car, concreted garage and sitting on over 750m2 of land • Beautiful views of the water being a stone's throw away from the beach The Story Who would ever think that you would be looking at a house built around not 1, but 2 original Hobart Trams and yet that is exactly what 10 Westwood Avenue, Verona Sands is. Situated a stone's throw away from the beach on over 750 square metres of land with stunning views of the water, Verona sands is accessed by a beautiful drive South from Hobart and within the hour will have you enjoying a small beach side suburb with a mix of shacks for holidays and full-time residents that make it a beautiful place to escape to. The top floor the windows that would have once travelled the old tram lines around the city now look to the sea and stretch the entire length of the house. The insides, still laid out with arched ceilings showcase the kitchen and dining in one, and bathroom and second bedroom in the other. The open lounge greets you with high ceilings that make the room feel expansive and beneath the old carpet sits wonderful floor boards should that be more to your style. The wood fire, once lit, will enable you to enjoy this amazing home all year round. Additionally, there are 2 large bedrooms downstairs and the original garage has been carpeted because a fully concreted, powered, 3 car garage has been built at the back taking care of all your storage for toys and workshop needs. Finally, with plenty of off street level parking, there is even space for a boat at the front of the property as well. This is a property hard to let go of and I'm sure you can understand why. Should you take the chance to buy this, add finishing touches of your own, you will have not only an incredible home or even shack if you will, but a piece of history that you are now the proud caretaker of.
Price: EARLY $300,000's