The Terrace features 2 very large bedrooms, both with queen size beds upstairs. Downstairs is a cosy lounge, large kitchen/dining with full kitchen facilities, a laundry alcove with washing machine and dryer and the delightful new bathroom with a heated floor to warm your toes in the middle of a Tasmanian winter.
Built in 1920 to provide much needed housing after World War 1, the Terrace features in 100 Hobart Houses and was built in the style of municipal housing in England. A classic '2 up 2 down' floor plan has largely been retained so you can catch glimpses of life in Hobart a century ago. The original outbuilding with what would have been an outside toilet is still there and inside the original staircase, high ceilings and large rooms point to a different era.
Outside the back door is a delightful sunny courtyard garden with seating for a pre dinner drink or a summer meal. The garden backs on to a park with beautiful mature trees and spacious lawns. Parking is right at the front door.
Tasmanian art and design by Tom Samek, Helen Wright and Les Blakebrough feature in the house and the garden has sculptural elements by Folko Kooper.
Red Door Terrace is the newest addition to our sister properties, Red Door Apartment and Penthouse. We have been running short term accommodation for over 5 years and our guests comment on the cleanliness of our properties and the attention to detail....from the comprehensive information in our compendiums to everything you could need for a short or long stay.
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The house and garden are available for sole guest use.