Enjoy the peace and tranquility of the Ragged Tier foothills. Rare tree-change opportunity within commuting distance to Hobart. Rural charm; Robust home; Rustic layout with artist’s decor and Tasmanian timbers. Immaculate presentation. Romantic garden rooms with patio, gazebo, pergola and a goldfish pond. 2.848 hectares in a quiet cul-de-sac road, overlooking Copping.
Close to famous Marion Bay and the 'Boneyard', a surfer's nirvana, Falls Festival grounds, and Dunalley, the gateway to the tourist Mecca Tasman Peninsula.
Property first acquired by a convict in 1858. Sentenced to transportation in 1826, he made good and acquired large land lots, including this property, from the Crown. (Complete convict history of property from present owner.)
Large timber kitchen; Spacious lounge (study); Large second lounge (family). Two large bedrooms with space for study or second lounge to convert to 3rd bedroom; Master bedroom with built-in shelves and walk-in wardrobe; Second bedroom with built-in shelves; Spacious bathroom with corner spa, double vanity. Fully enclosed porch (studio) downstairs from the kitchen; Laundry with second toilet.
Vertical Tas-Oak weatherboard on east- and south-east-facing facades, with colorbond cladding on north-west, west, and south-west facades; Large garden with established ornamental and fruit trees and series of ponds, as well as an extended orchard on the other side of the creek. Large shed.
Small forest of over 200 gumtrees at the northern elevation of the property, rest is grazing paddocks with 4 sheep and 2 goats. At the narrow southern end is a ‘wetland’ pond (unfinished).
40-45 minutes to Hobart CBD, University, etc.
Prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries; no warranties are given to the above description, and it is not to be taken as definite; the vendor disclaims all liability for any loss or damage, whatever the cause that may arise from any person acting on the above description, which is made and given in good faith, and informal in nature.