No open this Saturday, sorry. Located within the highly sought-after suburb of Blackmans Bay is this neat and tidy, single level home. Approximately 600m to the beach itself and in a quiet, cul-de-sac, the property sits privately behind a timber fence and well-established shrubbery that can be trimmed to meet personal preferences. The sunny kitchen overlooks the private, rear courtyard and boasts a stone benchtop, a wide, breakfast bar and opens to the spacious dining/lounge areas. The laundry is conveniently tucked away behind cupboards here as well. The NBN has been installed and a wall mounted heat pump keeps things warm and cosy. A two-way bathroom provides an ensuite feel without the hassle of the extra cleaning and both good-sized bedrooms have built in robes. Covered carparking is to the rear of the home and easy entry is via the fully fenced courtyard. Plenty of gardening opportunities are available for the green thumb with a small veggie patch and green house already in place. Only minutes to the benefits of rapidly-expanding Kingston, the shops at Bayview Market, the local, quality restaurants and only 15 minutes from central Hobart, this property is a solid investment or a practical plan for the future. Call today!
Sold Price: $355,000
Immaculately presented, this 1960s home has a unique, architectural style that was ahead of its time for the era. Utilising skillion rooflines and large windows for visual appeal, as well as to ensure warmth and light throughout, makes this property bright, sunny and inviting. The formal entry provides convenience to hang coats or remove shoes, the wide hallway means there's clear separation of living areas and bedrooms, and the formal lounge allows for relaxing evenings in front of the telly, whilst the kids watch their shows in the more casual family room space. The modern kitchen, situated adjacent to the family/dining area, faces north-east and has an abundance of windows so you can see who's coming to visit, appreciate the water views or keep a bit of an eye on playtime out the back. Two of the good-sized bedrooms share their own ensuite, with the other two having use of the main bathroom and separate toilet. The open fire place is not currently used by the owners as they find the wood heater and heat pump in the family room more than do the job. Positioned well back from the street, on an elevated, well-drained 1662m2 block gives scope for all sorts of outdoor pursuits. There is easy side access to the rear yard with its double carport and double garage or these sheds can be used as workshops for the serious hobbyist. Enjoy the assured privacy of knowing you can never be built out on one side, where ponies take pride of place and over the back fence is a walking track and wide, open farmland. Future planning scheme changes could mean future land bank opportunities(STCA) in this rapidly expanding area, only 15 minutes commute from Hobart. The local primary school is an easy walk down the road, along with popular shops, the pub and cafes. Dru Point Bicentennial Park is a great place for picnics or barbeques and if you have a boat, Margate offers a triple lane, concrete boat ramp. Call now! 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.
Sold Price: $501,000
Everything you could possibly need for a convenient, low-maintenance lifestyle, tucked away in a super quiet location, surrounded by high quality residences. This solid, sixties complex has undergone recent upgrades which include Modwood gates and fencing to enhance the attractive faade and overall street appeal of the whole building. Entry is via a paved courtyard that has a north-west aspect providing a great spot for outdoor entertaining in the afternoon sun. Large windows and a glass entry door welcome this sunshine right throughout the spacious living area all year round. The modern kitchen features plenty of cupboards, stainless steel appliances and a good-sized fridge space, in which the existing fridge can stay if required. The generous main bedroom boasts a full wall of wardrobe cupboards and drawers with a built-in mirror. The study or small, single bedroom also has a built-in robe and both bedrooms have lovely picture windows which showcase a peaceful, suburban outlook. The sparklingly clean, combined bathroom and laundry is roomy, in excellent condition and the washing machine plus dryer can be included too. There is an allocated, undercover car park and the additional, secure, outdoor storage, accessed from the courtyard, is big enough to keep the cycling enthusiast happy and organised. In a position this close to the walkway along the waterfront, Nutgrove Beach, Wrest Point and the Sandy Bay Yacht Club, just to name a few, why wouldn't you leave the car at home and ride or walk everywhere you'd like to go within this popular, sought-after precinct. An outstanding investment for income potential as well as a desirable way of life. 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.
Sold Price: $391,000
Absolutely bathed in sunshine, sitting proudly on the high side of the street and directly north facing is this solid, family-friendly home. It has been carefully crafted to retain the warmth generated by the perfect aspect which is then stored within the internal and external rendered block. The wood heater has the flue running up through the second level and is sensibly enclosed by the brickwork creating an efficient, thermal mass that will keep everyone comfortably warm, throughout even the coldest winter nights. With a flexible floorplan and multiple rooms, this home will suit many family situations. Use upstairs as a parent's retreat with its own bathroom and private study and still have three bedrooms available on the lower level for children or guests. The open plan space here could host fabulous dinner parties as a formal dining room or can be utilised as a cosy, TV room, depending on your needs and desires. The large kitchen has an island bench for centralised cooking and a breakfast bar for casual dining. Timber and glass French doors open to the beautiful gardens and a covered rear patio. The very high-ceilinged garage has convenient, internal access to the home via the laundry and fresh paint and new floor coverings in most rooms means you can just move in and relax in the character-filled surrounds. The ever-changing view of Mount Wellington can be admired through the front windows and the glimpse of Snug Bay reminds you of how close you are to the beach in this enviable location. Only a short commute to Hobart, walking distance to the rapidly developing Snug community, access to the Coningham Nature Recreation Area just around the corner as well as being very close to the stunning beaches of Coningham presents a lifestyle opportunity not to be missed. Call for an inspection 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.
Sold Price: $560,000
Opportunity Knocks! This really is a once in a lifetime location. Situated right at the gateway to the D'entrecasteaux Channel, with its reputation for providing some of the best cruising waters in the world. This humble, weatherboard cottage has seen many boats come and go since construction in 1945 from its elevated, 741m2 block overlooking the marina in Kettering. In sound condition, with recent works including a new roof, wiring and septic system, the inside requires (IS NOW GETTING) some TLC but a stylish renovation plan is already in place with Council approved, full drawings included in the sale. Keep your boat berthed within easy reach, take the ferry to Bruny Island at a moment's notice, enjoy a scenic stroll along the Kettering Point Track or sample the sumptuous, local cuisine options, there are endless ways to savour the days in this idyllic position. For the more entrepreneurial minded just imagine the short-term accommodation income possibilities. Easy access to the home is via a private slip road off Ferry Road itself so you can sit safely and securely, high above the passing parade and people watch from the covered front porch. Hobart itself is a short 30 minute' commute, the ever-expanding services provided in popular Kingston are only 20 minutes away. Kettering itself is the tourism hub for the whole Channel region and the Oyster Cove Inn nearby boasts pub dining, a social club and catering for special events. Buses to the local schools, both north and south, stop at the ferry terminal so if you'd like this to be your forever home the kids are taken care of too. Not many of these sunny, north-facing properties become available. Open the door to opportunity 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 inquiries.
Sold Price: $435,000
Very rarely do you come across the opportunity to create a sustainable, safe-haven, less than 20 minutes to the CBD. This 8.5acre parcel of useable pasture and light bush is so gently sloping you could call it flat and apart from the plentiful rainfall in this area, there are also additional water supplies from a bore and a dam. The mind boggles with the small farming pursuits this practical, user-friendly block makes possible. Currently the home to two cuddly alpacas, chooks and four sheep, the full, untapped potential of this property is exciting. Not that it's just all about the land, the solid, 1980s, brick home has been renovated to provide a bright, spacious and modern family retreat. Clear access to the north means the home is bathed in sunshine all year round, plus the views to Mount Wellington and the private, treed outlook add to the lifestyle appeal. Warmed by a convenient heat pump or a cosy wood fire, air is circulated throughout by a ducted heat transfer system. Solar panels on the roof means the cost of living is reduced, which compliments the opportunity to grow your own produce and livestock in these beautiful surrounds. Following a path through the bushland will lead you to a section of the North West Bay River known as Dog Leg Bend. Situated on the bends of the river are two distinct crags of water washed dolerite. The picturesque cliffs rise directly out of the river and provide popular rock climbing/abseiling sites for the adventurous, with the bonus of a swim in the rock pools on a hot summer day. For the walking enthusiast, head out on the North West Bay River Track, which starts at the nearby Sandfly Oval, or join the local cricket team while you're there instead and enjoy a relaxing game with your mates. Just across the Huon Highway, the Longley International Hotel, a well-known spot for live music, boasts the Longest Huon Pine Bar in the world, and the coldest beer in Tassie! School buses are available in the street and the Margate shops and services are only a few minutes away. Truly an enviable, lifestyle location. Call today to book an inspection! • Mountain views • Dishwasher • Wood heater • Heat pump • Heat transfer system • Solar power • Dam • Bore water supply with pump • Chook shed • Fruit trees • Freshly graded driveway • 8.5 acres 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.
Sold Price: $628,000
Just two streets back from Blackmans Bay beach, this two-story townhouse offers the chance to live a lifestyle that would be the envy of many. Not only are there are views of the water, but it's just a short walk around the corner! But if you don't feel like taking a dip you can stroll along the sand or foreshore and the Suncoast track, or you let the sight and sound of the waves soothe you while relaxing in one of the popular waterfront cafes and restaurants. The townhouse itself was built in 2010 and is one of only three on the lot. On the lower level are two generously sized bedrooms with built in robes, the main bathroom and one of two living areas. This living area could easily be converted into a third bedroom if required, and it has a sliding door which opens to a small deck. On the upper level is the open plan kitchen-dining-living area which opens to another deck. There are views of the water from both inside and out, and the deck is perfect for relaxing with a drink or a book. The upstairs area also has the bonus of a convenient powder room. A single garage with remote door and internal entry provides secure under cover parking, and there is another off-street spot available. There is also a small fenced yard. Bus stops are close by, and local schools and shops are a short walk or just a couple of minutes drive away. Central Kingston is just a couple of minutes more, and within fifteen minutes you can be in the Hobart CBD. Here is a terrific opportunity to live the beach lifestyle and all the pleasures and conveniences it offers, or for the smart investor it presents as an attractive option in this growth area. Call to arrange an inspection. 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.
Sold Price: $480,000
Going by the name of Misty Pocket', this 8.5 acre property was originally used in its glory days as a berry farm. The undisturbed property contains a farm house, several pickers huts occupying both sides of Kaoota Road, and a large shed perfectly suited to those looking to have a workshop on their property. Situated in the heart of Kaoota, this private property is only 1km from the popular Kaoota Tramway Track, a hotspot for walkers, horse riders and mountain bikers. Many of the properties in Kaoota and surrounds are horse orientated, with the nearby trails, endless greenery, and equestrian centres in the vicinity. Allen's Rivulet runs through the lower side of the property forming one boundary, which is located next to a flat parcel of land that provides a great position for the agistment of horses and farm animals. With council approval and further construction, the Pocket' could be transformed into the ideal farmhouse, or a retreat to unwind with pristine views overlooking the north-facing valley. Only 15 minutes travel to Kingston, and a further 10 minutes' drive to the city, this acreage provides both a wonderful rural lifestyle and the convenience of being so close to nearby facilities. Call today to arrange a private inspection! 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.
Sold Price: $240,000
Nestled on 3.5 acres of lush, green grass and untouched native bushland, this renovated, timber cottage boasts three good-sized bedrooms, all with built in robes, a classically stylish bathroom plus a separate laundry. Purchased only last year with the dream of creating a peaceful retreat, the home has been artfully modernised with little expense spared as there was no intention to ever move again. Circumstances have abruptly changed so the opportunity presents itself for one lucky purchaser to appreciate the quality finishes included. Enjoy the amazing tranquillity of listening to the sounds of Oyster Cover Rivulet, which runs through the property or simply pass the relaxation time identifying the abundant birdlife. Ample storage or a workshop is provided by the 3x6m shed and there's plenty of off-street parking in the freshly gravelled, front driveway. Ye Olde Oyster Cove Store is a few minutes' drive for fresh fruit and veggies as well as locally sourced products seven days a week. The Kettering Marina is only five minutes beyond the store for boating enthusiasts wanting to keep a boat nearby. The Oyster Cove Inn at Kettering serves drinks and meals overlooking the water or head over to Bruny Island for day trips whenever the mood strikes. A 20 minute' drive in the other direction will find you enjoying the shops and cafes of Cygnet and the popular Folk Festival, held once a year. A rare and affordable opportunity to purchase a quiet, lifestyle property less than 30 minutes to Hobart, with country conveniences, events and activities close by this could be a lucrative short stay accommodation possibility. Call us today! • New kitchen • New bathroom • New window coverings • Many new light fittings • New ceiling fan • New wood heater flue • Heat pump 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.
Sold Price: $375,000
Overlooking Kingston, in an elevated location and in a lovely, quiet cul-de-sac this modern and stylish property would make an impressive addition to any investment portfolio or a very comfortable place to call home. The north facing, spacious, living/dining area is flooded with afternoon light and opens to a sun-soaked deck for afternoons relaxing with a wine or morning breakfasts against the stunning backdrop of Mount Wellington and Cathedral Rock. The kitchen is open, bright and centrally located adjacent to the living and dining areas. The functional layout also positions the main bedroom on the upper level with its own ensuite, walk-through robe and study nook. The other two, good-sized bedrooms are situated on the lower level and are serviced by the spacious main bathroom. One of the bedrooms here opens to yet another deck, this one covered, and steps down into the fenced back yard which is big enough for kids or a pet. The wide concrete driveway leads straight into the lock up garage with remote entry and internal access from the garage into the foyer provides security and shelter for the family. The complex was thoughtfully designed and constructed in 2008 and has only three quality townhouses on the block. Approximately 9 minutes walk to the local primary school as well as Channel Court Shopping Centre and 12 minutes walk to Kingston Town allows you to lock up the car and enjoy the convenient lifestyle of being so close to popular amenities and services. Kingston Beach is only 5 minutes by car and Hobart is a quick 15 minute commute. Call to book an inspection today! • Mountain views • Ensuite plus walk-through robe • Dishwasher • Bosch cooktop, oven and rangehood • Daikin Split System Heat Pump • Study nook with NBN connected • Two decks • Lock-up remote entry garage • Additional off-street parking 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.
Sold Price: $491,000