TWO homes in Tasmania’s most exclusive suburb have been sold for multimillion dollar sums.
And both were snapped up by Tasmanian buyers.
No.14 Clarke Avenue was purchased in January by a northwest coast buyer while No.58A Napoleon Street was bought by a local Hobart family.
Prestige property expert Pam Corkhill from recently launched agency Harrison Agents Hobart sold both properties.
Mrs Corkhill said the Clark Ave home was sold in just four days on the market while Napoleon Street went live on Tuesday and was sold by Thursday night.
“At Napoleon Street we were asking for offers over $4.95 million and we achieved it,” she said.
“It was a very good result.
“There was a great deal of interest in the home with seven inspections.
“This is a reflection of how highly regarded Hobart and Tasmania area and all that we have to offer here.
“After 28 years in the local industry, selling a property for a vendor still carries the same thrill for me, I love it.”
Both Battery Point homes could be described as among Tassie’s finest with sale prices in the upper echelon of Tasmania’s market.
Once settled, No.14 Clark Ave is expected to be a record setting sale for its suburb.
No.58 Napoleon is sleek and sophisticated, an angular architectural masterpiece.
The triple level home is state-of-the-art in all respects including electronic systems from which doors, windows, heating, lighting and security systems can be controlled from a mobile phone.
On the middle level is a beautifully designed indoor lap pool, complete with electronically controlled cover for safety.
Each of these Battery Point homes boasts a title to high watermark.
No.14 Clarke Ave occupies one of the prime waterfront sites in Hobart with breathtaking views of the Derwent River panning from Macquarie Point and the Tasman Bridge to South Arm and the tip of Long Point in Sandy Bay.
From the Italian tiles to the Miele appliances, everything about this property says “luxury”.