PERFECTION at every turn – that sounds like a big call, but it’s absolutely true here in the St.
No.7 is one of those special features that has an enchanting custom artisan feel to it.
It’s immediately apparent that something great awaits from the moment the front door swings open.
Ed McKay, property representative at Peterswalds, described No.7 as a property that impresses with every detail as carefully considered and impressive as the next.
“The attention to detail and the artistic flair for design is always present throughout the house,” he said.
“All the spaces are so spacious, the proportions feel perfect.
“It’s one of the few houses that you could describe as having a sculptural, artistic integrity. That’s something that sets it apart.
“The owners have transformed this property from a nice house into something very special; they went the extra mile to make sure everything is perfect down to the last 1%.”
This striking an enviable level of luxury over three levels.
Among the many memorable moments, the open plan living area is fantastic with its spectacular views, patterned parquet floors and the sun-filled terrace which extends the lounge and dining areas.
The gourmet kitchen features state-of-the-art Fisher & Paykel appliances coupled with a sculptural Sirius hood – a showpiece imported from Italy – plus an integrated refrigerator and Miele dishwasher. The Quantum Quartz Michelangelo countertops with rounded corners glisten under designer lighting, with sleek black steam-curved cabinets and a beautiful island bench illuminated from below by sensors.
Two beautifully crafted bathrooms serve this level of the home, interspersed with sleek black and white marble tiling, with walk-in showers, vanities, heated tile floors, and large vanity mirrors that limit steam condensation.
A luxury parental residence is located on the top floor with sensational river and city views.
On the climb to the top, a custom sculptural balustrade designed by Tasmanian blacksmith and artist Ben Beames leads the way.
The floor on the top floor is soft and heavy wool carpet, while the walk-in dressing room with automatic lighting and lavish marble bathroom with a spa can make Mom and Dad never want to come down.
The middle and lower floors of the house offer more bedrooms.
There is additional living space for the whole family for movie nights and entertainment on the lower floor.
Next door, the secure garage can accommodate two large SUVs plus plenty of storage space.
Off-street parking for four cars is available in the driveway.
Outside, the magical grounds are filled with manicured hedges and landscaped garden beds.
Take a few steps to the left to discover a courtyard for entertaining and a luxurious in-ground concrete lap pool with a terrace and another fantastic view.
Swimming all year round will not be a problem with the recent addition of a new heat pump and filtration system.
No.7 Dresden St, Sandy Bay is listed with Peterswald for real estate valued at over $2.45 million.