This really is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to purchase the entire rooftop of an iconic and strikingly appealing historic building, situated within around a 30 second walk of the Hobart city mall and just 5 minutes from Hobart's vibrant waterfront.
I can't think of any other residential rooftop inner-city living space this close to the very centre of our vibrant historic city.
The visually striking iconic stone building itself was commissioned by the commonwealth bank in 1933 and built by Claude Cooper with sandstone sourced locally from Oatlands in the Tasmanian Midlands, it opened for business in the heart of the great depression years, 1934 and serviced Hobart well as the Commonwealth's principal bank until 1962, the opening year of what until recently was the bank's headquarters on the corner of Elizabeth and Liverpool street.
It is thought the penthouse was originally constructed to some degree in the 1930's and revamped and extended in the 1960's and 1980's.
Although currently let and now in need of some upgrading it offers so much potential for any purchaser boasting around 150m2 of living with three king-sized bedrooms, each with two windows. The living areas both inside and outside are sensational, just so spacious, capturing close-up vibrant city views with Derwent Estuary and Mount Wellington vista on display and just so so much more.
The outside deck encompasses three of the four sides of the entire roof. With total inside and outside areas equivalent to 364m2 in all.
The opportunity to live and own the entire expansive rooftop in the vibrant centre of any city in the world rarely comes along, hence we believe this property's for-sale status will be fleeting indeed.
- Area Views
- City Views
- Close to Schools
- Close to Shops
- Close to Transport