Under Contract

48 Welman Street, LAUNCESTON

Got the Location, Views, Space & 1925 Period Theme Throughout!!

This is a very rare find indeed! Located in one of Launceston's most prestigious streets and overlooking the CBD, this lovely 1925 period standalone home offers total quiet, private and tranquil setting, all with lovely elevated 180 degree views over Launceston's CBD, plus best of all, only a short walk to our CBD, shops, cafes, restaurants and our local refurbished Aquatic Centre.
• All rooms have high ceilings, polished floors and some have fire places.
• The first floor has ducted Daikin heating and cooling throughout and there are two split systems on the other storey below.
• There are 3 to 4 bedrooms and 3 to 4 living areas, plus 2 bathrooms, depending on your personal taste. All rooms are extremely large in size and all have been maintained in that great period theme.
• Both kitchen and bathroom upstairs have been updated and the bathroom down stairs is new.
• There is a large private rear deck that overlooks our CBD and entry is through large Bi-folding doors that open up for a huge entertaining area.
• The backyard is on 2 tiers, very private and has several mature trees, good fencing, large separate storage shed and a lovely sheltered patio under the deck.
• Location could not be any better, with stately homes throughout Welman Street and for the foodies, a short stroll to cafes, restaurants, CBD, plus our new Aquatic Centre.
This lovely 1925 period home is in a prime location would make great residence for the retired, large family, couple or a huge investment opportunity for an astute investor.
Current status; Great tenant - Has resided here for over 2 years, now on a month by month lease through a property manager and would love to stay on (buyers discussion).

Other features: Built-In Wardrobes,Close to Schools,Close to Shops,Close to Transport,Fireplace(s),Walk to CBD

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