Offers close 5pm Thursday 12th August.
This residential block enjoys a breathtaking and sweeping panorama of the waters of the D'Entrecasteaux Channel. Encompassing both Satellite Island, Huon Island and the confluence of the Huon River with the distant mountain ranges, stunningly snow-capped in winter!
Build your dream home or weekender on this cleared 769m2 allotment, power is already connected and there is a garden shed with a small water tank on site.
From the block there is the option of a short walk, either along a newly established public footpath or along the beach to the welcoming Hotel and General Store where you can enjoy mouth-watering meals. Along the way passing the post office, state-of-the-art Community Health Centre, chemist, school, oval and park.
The close by popular beach is dog friendly and offers safe swimming, the jetty has great fishing and there's the convenience of a boat ramp literally in front of the property. A serene and picturesque foreshore walking track also only minutes away, is a great way to enjoy the natural beauty of the area as well as the native wildlife and birds.
This superb investment allows for an idyllic island lifestyle and the wonderful views and central location in the island's 'hub' also lends the spot perfect for a potential visitor accommodation business.
The island showcases a variety of produce including cheese, oysters, seafood, berries, wine, whisky, gin, beer with many magnificent scenic attractions and national parks.
Whether it be swimming, surfing, snorkelling, canoeing, bushwalking, bird watching, sightseeing or just relaxing Bruny Island has it all on offer!
This property is only one hour of scenic driving time to the heart of Hobart City with an enjoyable ten-minute ferry trip and with ferry's departing every 20 minutes this is a realistic commute.
Be quick to contact Laureen, an island resident for more details.
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.