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Hand built by artisans and reminiscent of the farmhouses of France this beautifully constructed mudbrick home will transport you to another time and place. From the moment you arrive you will notice the warmth and character of a home that has evolved over decades in the hands of loving caretakers. The elegant use of timber, stone and earth will charm you, but it doesn't end there, thoughtful attention to detail is everywhere.
At the heart of the home is the open-plan kitchen, living and dining area. Raked timber ceilings, reclaimed timber posts, polished concrete and second-hand brick and tile floors are complimented by stunning Huon pine windows that frame the beautiful north-facing garden and mountain views. A quintessential country-style kitchen pairs white cabinetry with a rustic timber bench and contemporary, stone benchtops. A woodfire and under-floor heating keeps the whole home cosy in the colder months and a large study provides a quiet retreat or second family living space.
Upstairs the enormous master bedroom has all the elegance of a French villa with dado panelling and high ceilings with detailed cornicing. A sunny balcony offers a stunning view across the gardens. There's an ensuite bathroom and picture-perfect study. Across the landing is a second, very generous bedroom.
The delightful two-bedroom studio retains the same level of craftsmanship and appeal, providing ideal visitor accommodation or extended family living.
Around the home the land is level, private and well maintained with mountain and bush views. The enchanting garden and grounds are planted with a mix of established European and native trees. There are garden sheds, chook sheds, woodsheds and workshops and an abundance of local birdlife and wildlife including the rare and endangered Tassie Devils.
At once magnificent and modest this stunning family property is truly a once in a lifetime opportunity.
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