These stunning, new, waterside titles have been crafted from land tightly held since the original land grants, giving you the opportunity to buy a slice of Tasmania's sought after natural beauty.
With a native bushland setting on a quiet sealed road, these peaceful parcels of land sit on the doorstep to Tasmania's pristine wilderness and offer an ideal location for boating, fishing and kayaking with plenty of moorings and boat ramps nearby.
The stand out feature of these special titles is the incredible views, watch the local yachts race, the sun sparkle on the water, and the weather roll across the hills in the distance.
Selling in two stages, titles are ready to go for lots 9-15. These lots range in size from 5-6 acres, they all have a formed crossover and power running past the property, access directly from a sealed road and less than an hours drive from Hobart. This is a wonderful opportunity to secure a relaxing weekend escape or a picturesque spot for your dream home.
Stage 2 offers an additional 3 titles of between 5 -5.2 acres, these will also offer formed access and expansive views of the Huon River.
Stage 1 - (Titles released) Lot 15 - 2.506ha -$270,000 Lot 14 - SOLD Lot 13 - SOLD Lot 12 - SOLD Lot 11 - SOLD Lot 10 - 2.06ha - $255,000
Stage 2 Lot 9 - 2.064ha - Under Contract Lot 8 - 2.032ha - Under Contract Lot 7 - 2.115ha - $260,000 Lot 6 - 64.56ha - $585,000
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