Funky ‘60s vibes in this flexible, updated Sandy Bay home

11 Fehre Court Sandy Bay

11 Fehre Court Sandy Bay. Picture: SUPPLIED

JUST a three-minute drive from Long Beach, this superb, stylish Sandy Bay property offers family living and a contemporary apartment.

This Fehre Court property boasts an exceptional blend of practical 1960s architecture with stunning contemporary design, the latter achieved under the guidance of acclaimed Tasmanian architect Maria Gigney.

As the floor plan suggests, this home will be ideal for buyers looking for indoor and outdoor entertaining.

Alongside established gardens, tall trees and green lawns, the property also has a huge deck off the dining room with a wonderful outlook over vibrant gardens.

11 Fehre Court Sandy Bay

Plenty of parking.

11 Fehre Court Sandy Bay

So much space.

11 Fehre Court Sandy Bay

The place to be.

The expansive living zone, dining area and well-appointed kitchen take in views of the Derwent Estuary, Tasman Bridge, eastern and western shore suburbs, plus glimpses of the city.

The northerly aspect of this home and expansive windows fill it with light and warmth.

The residence benefits from entry-level access alongside the off-street parking and secure garage.

All three bedrooms are positioned on the walk-in level. Each is an expansive size and they have new built-in wardrobes.

The main bedroom has a spacious ensuite while the family bathroom has been refurbished to a high standard to reflect modern standards and very chic style.

The house has been repainted, and new carpet and plumbing were installed in recent times.

Perhaps the most surprising aspect of this property is the sensational Maria Gigney-designed self-contained, ultra-stylish and contemporary apartment.

11 Fehre Court Sandy Bay

Get creative in the kitchen.

11 Fehre Court Sandy Bay

Relax in the bath.

11 Fehre Court Sandy Bay

Light and bright.

The apartment offers privacy and light, complete with a green outlook and an air of solitude.

Its exceptional main living area benefits from underfloor heating.

It has mains gas connected for heating and hot water.

Although currently separated from the main house, there is an option to reconnect the internal access to the apartment to create a main bedroom suite that opens on to the garden.

Both the upper and lower areas of the home have gas heating and individual panel heaters.

The upstairs main living area also has a reverse-cycle unit, perfect for a quick cool down in summer.

This property would ideally suit a family or those looking to cater for a teenage child or elderly relative under one roof with separation.

For potential buyers wishing to draw an income to supplement their mortgage, the lower level apartment could be just the ticket.

No.11 Fehre Court, Sandy Bay is priced at “Offers over $1,150,000” and it listed with Lennard McLure.

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