A Wee Stoatir 32 Bond Street, ROSS TAS 7209
The Gaelic term for a little beauty’ is the perfect description for this gorgeous Georgian stone cottage. The simple Sandstone façade (one this Historic Village is so famous for) belies the surprising space and light within. Not only is it filled with character, charm and warmth, the building has been beautifully restored by a highly respected Heritage Consultant.
While highlighting the mid-1800 features, contemporary conveniences (and necessities) have been sympathetically added including modern wiring and plumbing; a lovely, modern kitchen with great period features; panel heaters installed in all bedrooms; a second toilet installed in the large laundry; and the NBN has been connected along with a working satellite dish on the roof for those not interested in the cable service.
There are four double bedrooms all with fireplaces; a formal dining room alongside the kitchen; a cosy lounge with large wood heater inset in a huge fireplace; a classic, country bathroom with fire place, claw-foot bath, copper tapware and an original toilet cistern; and beautiful timber floors, high ceilings and deep window sills.
There is approx. 1222m2 of home and established gardens, including fruit trees; a small paddock area (enough room for sheep or a few chickens); meandering paths with stone walls and sculpted hedges; and a wonderfully rustic Gazebo set in a sheltered and very private spot. At the back of the house is a single garage as well as one large garden shed (with concrete floor) and another smaller shed. All of this wrapped in traditional timber fencing.
Located just at the end of the main entrance to Ross, A Wee Stoatir is an easy stroll to the Man O’ Ross Hotel, the Bakery and specialty shops in the village. The Medical Centre, School, etc. of Campbell Town are just 10 minutes drive away. Ross is around 45 minute drive to Launceston Airport and less than an hours drive to the heart of Launceston with Hobart approx. 90 minute drive.