Inside a box-like building fronted with timber panels in suburban Hobart lies a luxury family home that boasts some of the most breathtaking views in Tasmania.
The four-bedroom on a hillside in Howrah, 12 kilometres from the centre of the capital, overlooks the Derwent River, Mount Wellington and the city skyline from every window.
High ceilings tower over a sprawling open-plan living with floor-to-ceiling windows that capture the best views in the house.
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A sleek black kitchen is kitted out with an island made from Tasmanian oak and every modern appliance imaginable.
The master bathroom would be fitting for a five-star hotel, with a freestanding tub, waterfall shower and double ‘his and hers’ sinks.
That luxury extends to the master bedroom, which has its own walk-in wardrobe and ensuite.
Every square inch is bathed in natural light which floods through enormous windows dotted throughout the house.
Other standout features include a large laundry fitted with striking white tiles and sliding doors that open onto the backyard.
Outside is a generous sun deck and garden with plenty of space for summer barbecues.
A remote controlled garage with parking space for two cars and a large rumpus room which could be converted into a fifth bedroom are spread across the lower level.
Unused space at the front, rear and side of the house is packed with renovation potential, with enough room to fit a large extension or standalone guest suite.
The house, which has been listed with Tasmanian real estate agency Harcourts Signature Rosny, is on the market for offers over $1million.