Tranquility, privacy and a relaxed lifestyle, a great place to get away from it all.
The modern (2004) 180m2 solar passive designed home sits on 33.98ha offering both pasture (11 paddocks, 10 dams/waterholes) and bush. The insulated, north-facing, double glazed residence offers 3 bedrooms, main with WIR and ensuite and was also designed to bring the outside inside complemented with the triple bi-fold doors in the central living area leading onto the outdoor paved patio. Other features include higher ceilings, ample parking, gravity fed water supply and an NBN service. From the back paddock you have magnificent views acroos Bruny Island to the Tasmanian Peninsula’ The farm was known as fossilhillfarm due to the many permian fossils. Most of the trees are stringy barks with the occassional peppermint and quite a few manferns. The bush has severla tracks to ride your horse or to go for a bushwalk. There is a double garage 6 × 9m, workshop/machinery shed 9 × 12m and other timber sheds. Elevation is around 400 m. The property previously was used for Clydesdales, later for sheep, and can continue to be used as is for animal husbandry.
Alternatively fulfil your ambitions to create large gardens, become a fruit producer or start a private wild life refuge, the possibilities are endless.
The adjoining 1.94ha (5 acres) is also available for purchase by the buyer for an additional $100,000. Great if you want to build a 2nd home or to optimise subdivision potential should current planning rules change
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