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Arthouse Salamanca is a heritage listed terrace house in the heart of Hobart's thriving arts scene. With a wonderfully bold and contemporary transformation featuring stunning artworks, bespoke furnishings and collectables, it has convict-cut sandstone walls - one of which is the oldest sea wall in Australia.


Located next to Princes Park in one of Hobart's most sought after areas, this 2 level 1880's house was originally Quarters for the Boat's Crew. With views of the Derwent River and just 500 metres from the Sydney to Hobart Yacht Race finish line you are mere steps away from the heart of Salamanca with its galleries, restaurants, cafes, bars and the famous Saturday Market where you can find many works of local artisans. You are moments from the bustling Hobart waterfront, a popular spot for festivals such as MONA FOMA, the Wooden Boat Festival and Taste Festival. Wander through the historical city of Hobart and explore. Take a boat to Peppermint Bay, cruise the Derwent River, or take in an aerial view of the region from a seaplane.

 


The elegant and tranquil ambience of this unique space reflects the talent of the artist-owner, providing a perfect expression of her enduring interest in art, design and architecture. The stunning QS bedrooms in black and white and red, adorned with original artworks and gorgeous luxurious textiles are a perfect hideaway. 2 beautiful bathrooms are provided, one with a convict sandstone wall. A secret den in the cellar is a cosy retreat.


The striking light-filled modern living space flows seamlessly outside onto the north facing terrace, with sandstone walls and the serenity of river views. A modern gourmet kitchen has a well-stocked complimentary pantry and everything you need to relax and enjoy this truly wonderful Arthouse experience. Perfect for one or two couples, people over the age of 12 are welcome.


See also 'Arthouse Bay of Fires' - a stunningly seductive self-contained, architect-designed beach house nestled in a private and protected natural bush amphitheatre setting. On the very edge of Tasmania's Binalong Bay.

 

 

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    Complimentary pantry

    2x QS beds

    Electric blankets

    Artists studio

    Original artwork

    Gourmet kitchen

    Nespresso coffee machine

    Hydronic heating

    Books/magazines/films/music

    Linen/towels

    Hair dryer/straightener

    Apple TV/DVD/CD

    iPod dock/internet

    Miele laundry

    Fishing rods/tackle

    Beach umbrella

    Picnic basket/backpacks

    Yoga mats

    Parking

Salamanca Market

Theatre Royal

Maritime Museum

Terrapin Puppet Theatre

Handmark Gallery

Salamanca Arts Centre

Foscan Fine Art

Anglesea Barracks

Colville St Art Gallery

MONA

Quarry Salamanca Restaurant

Ball & Chain Grill

Smolt Restaurant

Penitentiary Chapel

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