A considerable slice of South Bruny only minutes away from beaches. A spectacular parcel of land spanning both sides of the main road with a quaint one-bedroom cottage and supporting large machinery shed allowing a multiple of possible farming or tourism scenarios!
Encompassing a weatherboard residence, the 91.4acre property (36.99 hectares) spans both sides of Bruny Island Main Road offering an appealing blend of quality rural paddocks and tranquil forest of gums, ferns and natural bushland. Surrounded by other large acreages, the size and scope of the property would support a range of hobby farm intentions from small fruit, olive groves, vines or orchards. Barnes Creek line runs through the property and there is a natural water spring.
The cottage is a light-filled modest yet functional residence. Beautiful scenic mountain views are framed from every window. Timber-lined interiors feature to suit an envied shack lifestyle with a large combined dining and kitchen. The lounge is warm and welcoming with an open fireplace and double bedroom to the side. Low maintenance yards stretch to sweeping paddocks. Wild-flowers and an array of tall grasses are just some of the fauna to complete the picture.
This property allows you to place yourself amongst a burgeoning number of Bruny Island enthusiasts. Sought for its sweeping coastlines, wildlife, scenic trails and a growing food and wine sector, Bruny Island has established itself as a much-loved haven for Tasmanians and visitors alike.
Wildlife abounds here including echidna's, possums, potoroo, the famous white wallaby and wedge tailed eagles, mentioning only a few!
Ideally located on the tourist thoroughfare and a couple of minutes from the main township, Alonnah where you'll find all the local services. Add to this only a twenty-five-minute drive from the Bruny Island Ferry Terminal, making Hobart City an easy commute. Ten minutes away is well known Adventure Bay. The best of the island is at your fingertips including surf beaches, nature walks and tourist attractions.
The marina with boat launching ramp and the Alonnah breakwater are within a couple of kilometres with access for boating enthusiasts to the D'Entrecasteaux Channel coastline. Alonnah offers key services including post office, pharmacy, health centre, police station, library, district school and general store.
If owning your own piece of Bruny Island is a dream you aspire too then this property certainly offers the potential to realise that vision. With an existing residence and sprawling land to accommodate a range of quests, all within easy reach to the Bruny highlights and on the main tourist route.
This one is for the discerning buyer, don't hesitate to call Laureen an island resident!
Disclaimer: All information contained herein is gathered from sources we believe to be reliable. However we cannot guarantee its accuracy and interested persons should rely on their own enquiries.
Property Type - House
Land Area - 36.99 hectare
Floor Area - 66m2
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Large Machinery Shed
Natural Water Spring
Close to Jetty and Boat Ramp