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High St house the hottest in Tasmania


39a High St, East Launceston. Picture: SUPPLIED

AN irresistible home in East Launceston was Tassie’s most viewed property last week, and it is easy to see why.

No.39a High Street is a 1950s gem with an abundance of boast-worthy features, from the stunning facade to the warm and inviting interiors to the fabulous in-ground solar-heated pool.

Sims for Property director Richard Sims said the home “speaks for itself in so many ways”.

“The position, the character and style, the quality and the outstanding gardens and land size are key factors that I feel the Launceston market will not be able to resist,” he said.

Richard said there had already been strong interest in the property.

“The home has generated a lot of interest, which I was expecting,” he said.

“Interestingly, they have all been from local buyers, which is not a surprise to me as locals know a fantastic opportunity when they see one.”

Gorgeous!

Richard said buyers who are househunting in East Launceston know what they are looking for.

“They are looking for a functional, quality, family home, not just a house,” he said.

No.39a High Street offers four bedrooms, three bathrooms, multiple living rooms and a 1634sqm block.

The living zones are formal or casual, easily catering to different needs.

Marvellous marble.

Period highlights abound, including the marble mantelpiece in the formal lounge, the 900mm oven with a gas cooktop, and the gardens peppered with fruit trees, vegetable gardens and a watering system.

The property also has a single-bedroom bungalow.

A dream for entertainers.

No.39a High Street, East Launceston, is priced at “Best offer over $1,295,000”.

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