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Situated on five acres of well-maintained and semi-cleared bushland, just a few minutes' drive from the heart of Kingston and only 15 minutes to Hobart's CBD sits this generously spacious and genuinely loved, country-style home. The family-friendly layout provides privacy and separation and features an enormous master suite with ensuite and plenty of robe storage. Branching from the opposite side of the impressive, raked ceiling entryway, along a light-filled hallway, is the children's wing which has three bedrooms and a large bathroom, with the end bedroom being easily big enough to act as a second living area. All of these rooms have built-in wardrobes and a lovely, leafy aspect.
The central kitchen and living area open onto an expansive sundeck, which can also be accessed via the main bedroom, providing a wonderful outdoor entertaining space or just another relaxing place to enjoy the beautiful outlook. The timber features both inside and out add to the charm, warmth and overall appeal of the home. A concrete pathway/patio completes the circle around the house so there is no need to get your feet dirty when popping out to enjoy the garden, plus, the level, grassed area out the back makes a great spot for the hammock or the kids' trampoline.
The outbuildings consist of a timber garage with two roller doors which has enough room for two-four cars, depending upon vehicle sizes. There is a second shed/workshop which has vehicle access to the personal entry door. Two large water tanks, holding approximately 23,000 litres each, have your water needs covered and will put you well on the way to self-sustainability.
The elevated position and cul de sac location allow the unique perspective of living quietly amidst the treetops with beautiful views to the hills beyond, yet glimpses of the River Derwent through the leaves serve as a reminder of the close proximity of what has been rated one of the best beaches for a relaxing road trip in Tasmania. Kingston Beach offers beachside restaurants, cafes, great walking tracks, an off-leash dog area, safe swimming and regular community events.
The nearby Picket Hill Track has an access point from Denehey Road and is a 6.4km walk, bike or ride return trip, which takes you through grassy paddocks, light woodlands and between rural bush properties. A great feature of this trail is the panoramic mountain and ocean views available from the Picket Hill Lookout.
To capture this private, bush, beach and near-city lifestyle experience call 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.