This prime fertile pasture 4.4 acre block has a sunny north north easterly aspect, rich red volcanic soil, power and phone at the roadside and town water 200 metres away. With a formed gravel access to the front gate the property is fully fenced and has been running cattle in recent years.
At the high point of the block is a great place for a dam which could gravity feed the property and beside it a level area that takes in the sweeping valley views and this is an ideal spot to build your dream home with the perfect combination of having your sun path and views in the same direction, making solar passive building design and cost much simpler. There is more than enough space for the family to spread out with the perfect land size for a few animals, fruit and veggie patches and a nice spacing from surrounding properties.
Located only 3 minutes to the shops, schools and services in Geeveston. Enroute to the Tahune Air Walk and southern Tasmania forests and 50 minutes to the Hobart CBD, this rare find could be just what you are looking for.
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