“The Beach House”
“The Beach House” is made to entertain, an outstanding architecturally designed property with an expansive double layout, but potentially lift accessible.
Seldom do you find a new large 300m2 solid brick property, built by true craftsmen without large gardens to have to manage.
Bellerive Town Houses
Featuring modern architectural and interior designs, The Bellerive Beach Houses will be limited to 5 spacious boutique town houses, each with three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
This is split over 2 levels but great design allows for a lift to be fitted now or down the track making these future proof.
The Beach House Development
Welcome to one of Hobart’s most exciting residential developments at 19 Beach Street. The Bellerive Beach House development is located on one of Bellerive’s finest streets, comprising of one large original solid brick large home. The Beach House itself has been completely and utterly renovated form the ground up, right down to a new stylish winged roof to give it an incredible stylish design. This will be 4 bedrooms with a large rumpus room and two balconies.
Alongside this will be the town houses, this has been restricted to five to give ample room and is also a stylish modern design, split over two levels that has also been designed to be able to easily incorporate a lift either now or in the future.
This exciting future proof project will be completed towards the end of the year with the main beach house ready in August. Set on the flat within 250m of the water and only about 600m to the yacht club, the cafes and restaurants. This will be ideal to be able to walk to everything and if you are a sports fan your neighbour is the Bellerive Blundstone Arena.
Marcus Freebody | LJ Hooker Hobart
Marcus was born in London where he met his wife Natalie and was trained in Hospitality, an industry that has enabled him to travel the world, taking him from New York to New Delhi, Africa to the Bahamas and almost everywhere else in between.
Since arriving in Australia in 1997, Marcus has worked his way around the mainland with stints in Sydney, Melbourne, Fremantle and Cairns, before discovering in 2002 that Tasmania is the best place in Australia to permanently put down roots.
After years of working with people, Marcus believes that the most important aspect of this business is ‘clear and honest communication with his clients’.