This generous lifestyle property on over 33 acres offers privacy, filtered water views and has potentially magnificent water vistas. There is the feeling of being a million miles away when in this wildlife corridor and yet the reality is its only minutes away from the island's ferry terminal at Roberts Point, making the property a comfortable commute from Hobart city! Enjoy a relaxing fifteen-minute ferry trip and then it's only a further twenty-five-minute drive from the heart of Hobart city!
An easy five-minute walk takes you to the water's edge of Apollo Bay where there are fresh oysters and mussels on the rocks and swimming on the sandy beach. There are also two public access right of ways to the waters edge across the road from the property with car access to Apollo Bay at the properties north eastern corner and a new fence along the southern boundary.
With a long road frontage on a quiet no-through road this property is vast and when inside its boundary offers complete privacy, you can't be seen from the road. There are several possible access points, with an established entrance located ideally where a building envelope exists and power running straight past the boundary makes this an easy to develop site.
Running east-west the property faces north, lending perfect for solar power and is sun filled enjoying glorious morning sun as well!
Sheltered from the weather and with plenty of firewood this is a wooded forest marked with stands of eucalypts and peppermint gums and is easy to walk or drive around. Looking straight up the D'Entrecasteaux Channel to Mt. Wellington and distant mountains through trees there is a quiet feeling of peacefulness.
An abundance of wildlife on the property includes quolls, wallabies, bandicoots, potoroos, possums and echidna. The bird life that frequents are black cockatoos, rosellas, wattlebirds and the 40 spotted pardalotes.
This is a place where we can leave our busy, stressful lives to return to a more natural environment. The native bushland supports this abundance of birdlife and this property offers a microclimate for the variety of native marsupials that live there.
A secluded camp site used for weekend camping has already been established with lovely filtered water views. The visual appeal of this picturesque setting is truly special with clean, fresh air, surrounded by crystal waters and the natural world. Ring Laureen an island resident to inspect this property today!
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 - Vacant Land
Land Area - 13.61 hectare
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