WHEN it hit the market late last year, this Sandford lifestyle acreage was admirable and attractive — now it’s even better still.
Since purchasing the property, the owners have put substantial time and money into upgrading the family abode from front to back.
The colorful walls have been given a fresh modern update, there’s new tiles and new carpet, but that’s just the beginning.
Petrusma Property director Jack Towns described the renovation as “unbelievable” and said buyers will be thrilled when they get a look at how the home presents today.
“There is so much demand for quality lifestyle properties in Sandford, and this one fits the bill perfectly for those types of buyers,” he said.
“Before the owners got started on the upgrades, this home was absolutely stunning.
“But they have renovated it from top to bottom.”
Mr Towns said there were a few things that set it apart from other impressive properties in the area.
Some are accessed via gravel roads, but this one is sealed, he said.
“And then there are the views. They are absolutely epic,” Mr Towns said.
“The owners have polished the floorboards, painted, added a bathroom, landscaped and the downstairs area was an unusable space, but that has been transformed, too.”
No.21 is well located in an elevated and commanding position with uninterrupted views across Pipeclay Lagoon, Clifton Beach and beyond.
The spacious four-bedroom family home is set on about five acres.
Designed across two levels, the flexible and substantial floorplan offers multiple living and entertainment spaces including a ‘heart of the home’ open plan living and kitchen area.
The huge feature windows in this part of the property perfectly capture the spectacular views.
Space for family and friends is easy to come by with a sitting room, additional family/lounge room and a separate study — all on the upper level.
In the modern family bathroom there is a large walk-in shower and a separate toilet, as well as three bedrooms, all with built-in wardrobes.
The master bedroom has the luxury of a walk-in wardrobe, an ensuite with a spa bath and access to a deck with more impressive vistas.
The lower level of the home would make a terrific teenager’s retreat or guest space, with a good-sized bedroom and a large rumpus.
This space leads to the functional laundry and a huge under-house storage or workshop space.
Outside, there are landscaped gardens, plenty of space for parking, two decks and a tennis court that would be a treat after some TLC.
Sandford is an easy and short commute to local schools, cafes and shops. Hobart city is only a 30-minute drive from here.
Sandford offers residents an acreage lifestyle with beaches and bush trails on its doorstep.
It is popular among walkers, horse riders and mountain bike riders.
Mr Towns said No. 21 Delphis Dr would be ideal for a family.
“I’d expect a few buyers to fall in love with this property,” he said.
“It’s well set up as a family home, plus it has a huge workshop which might catch the eye of a tradie.
“With the popularity of Sandford increasing quickly, people are starting to realize it is well suited to sustainable living.
“It has good rainfall — you won’t pay for water or sewerage — and with good soil, there is an opportunity for off-grid living, if desired.”
No.21 is an outstanding family home in the heart of Sandford and one not to miss out on. It is priced at “Offers over $1.3m”.
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