Welcome to 29 Ebden – your sanctuary to unwind & rejuvenate.
Perfectly private, this luxurious, architecturally designed home in Hobart’s north has all that you need to enjoy a memorable stay in southern Tasmania. This spacious home is the perfect base to explore MONA, the Derwent Valley, the Coal River Valley and Hobart.
While the property is centrally located between many popular visitor destinations, the house overlooks beautiful native trees on three sides and the river and mountains beyond, giving the feeling of being disconnected from the nearby city. You will have exclusive, private access to this modern, spacious and comfortable home split across two levels.
On the top level you will find the master bedroom, walk in robe and ensuite as well as a spacious open plan living, kitchen, dining area and powder room. A large sundeck and outdoor fire pit are accessed from both the master bedroom and living area, while the private bath deck and outdoor bath can be found at the opposite end of the lounge space. The upstairs level also connects to a two car garage and laundry. All outlooks boast spectacular views of the Derwent River and mountains on the western side of the Coal River Valley.
The well-equipped kitchen and large dining area has all that you need to cook up a Tasmanian feast, or dine at one of Hobart’s many fantastic eateries – we’ve got many a favourite so please feel free to ask our recommendations!
Downstairs you will find a second bedroom and ensuite as well as two additional bedrooms and shared bathroom, with the downstairs hallway leading to a third lower deck and outdoor dining area.
Built using suspended concrete panels, the home was designed to accentuate its hillside location while being at one with the surrounding natural environment. Material choices and building composition are focused on energy efficiency through utilising passive heating and maximising sunlight, even in wintertime. Recycled materials are also utilised where possible throughout, including the impressive iron stairwell and old timbers featured in the living room space.