18 Broadview Cres, Trevallyn TAS

Simple, sunny and splendidly affordable. Sometimes after a steady diet of pedigree Mid-Century Modern architecture and all the aesthetic and material richness therein, one needs a little breather. An achievable, though still architect-designed and still Mid-Century (c.1959) dream, something to plan for, and this lovely home with jaunty lines, northern aspect and the prettiest views…

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20A Maning Ave, Sandy Bay TAS

The second of the Tassie listings is this handsome home in the premier suburb Sandy Bay (hence the half-mil price difference from the Lonny option). Similarly untouched and, in its way, more pedestrian in design and features than the previous residence it nonetheless shines through with unbridled potential for a gentle spruce-up and then soak-in…

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27 Peel St, South Launceston TAS

As we all retreat into physical and psychological¬†islands of our own making with the closure of every border and doorway, let us look upon two offerings from the ultimate pandemic escape (though sadly they too have copped it this time) in Tasmania.¬†First – one from the north, a saucy opening line ‘first time since ’69’…

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14 Wandeet Plc, Sandy Bay TAS

Just another hook to the MCM heart, drawing us down, down, down to the Apple Isle. Beautiful split levels, beams, freestanding fireplace, simple open living, walls of glass, bedroom wing and a measured sympathetic zhuzh sees this Sandy Bay gem shining bright as it did when built over 50 years ago. Get on it.

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3 Woolton Plc, Sandy Bay TAS

A delicious dose of the Dorney today, that is Esmond Dorney, perhaps Hobart’s most under-the-radar hometown boy, whose body of residential work nonetheless continues to keep popping up and enthralling all us on the mainland. And in particular today, a sensational c.1958 residence having undergone a respectful reno which clearly took utmost care to preserve…

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