Classic Launceston Dwelling from the forties.
As well as the usual exchanges, we invite longer exchanges, in Australia or overseas
Built in 1940 for a local tailor and later the home of a Premier of the Tasmanian State Government.
Four large bedrooms, lounge, dining, sunroom, office and two bathrooms situated on two levels, with laundry and garage being a third level below. One bedroom is used as a hobby room.
All the conveniences that you need.
Those who find stairs difficult can use the large twin bedroom on the ground floor which has the lounge, kitchen and a bathroom.
Launceston is a thriving provincial city in northern Tasmania. One of the first settled towns in Australia. Many heritage civic buildings and many impressive homes from another era.
The city has a name for its restaurants.
Nearby are many vineyards, and so many places to explore.
AFL football in season - Tassie home of Hawthorn AFL
Our home is situated on a hillside just outside the CBD of Launceston. Great views.
Easy walk to Launceston's famed Cataract Gorge and the city centre.
Views across the city to the hills beyond.
Civic Park across the street.
Launceston is Tasmania's second oldest city and Australia's third oldest city, and has many fine period dwellings and commercial buildings.
The city is now known for its cafes and restaurants. The clean fresh air is there for your enjoyment.
The city is situated on the joining of the North and South Esk Rivers, which then for the Tamar Valley Estuary, which flows 50 kms to the sea.
The Tamar Valley features fine views and its hillsides are covered in Vineyards.
Leave town and you will find good roads to take you to Cradle Mountain and Dove Lake, Liffey Falls, Freychinet, Bay of Fires, Greens Beach, George Town, Low Head, small townships like Evandale, Ross, Campbell Town. and travel further south to Hobart.
The city area has several golf courses. Not far away are wonderful courses like Barnbougle and Lost Farm.