This property is positioned within some of Tasmania's most pristine natural forests. A substantial sized block of approximately 100 acres contains a variety of tree specimens including an abundance of Myrtle trees and man ferns along with natural water sources and spectacular views.
The wildlife on the property has had the privilege of co-habitating with the owners and it is not uncommon for bird life and marsupials to be feeding at the doors.
The home is of sandstone block construction with double glazed windows, fully insulated and is heated by two free-standing wood heaters.
The home has been set up to be completely off-grid with a passive design and including an impressive solar power system with battery storage and an additional hydro scheme running from the nearby creek. Water is sourced from the creek and from a mountain spring.
There are three bedrooms with the master containing an ensuite and walk-in robe and the second bedroom with direct access to the two-way family bathroom.
Upon entering the main living area of the home, you will be impressed by the floor to ceiling window, which give the impression that you are living amongst the natural vegetation and wildlife. The sunken lounge, dining room and kitchen are all open plan and perfect for entertaining.
There are open decks extending around the side of the home offering the ideal position to soak up the sun and enjoy the views. There are several outbuildings and overall this architectural designed home will impress.
This property is a property for someone who wishes to escape to a real piece of Tasmanian wilderness with only 45 minute commute to Launceston.
Peter Lees Real Estate has used a variety of sources to obtain information relating to this property. We believe all are reliable sources and have no reason to doubt the accuracy of the information, however we cannot guarantee it. Prospective purchasers are advised to make their own enquiries.