Port Huon was once a thriving port town where the Huon Valley's world famous apples were exported around the globe. The original port still remains and operates but has switched its focus from world-class apples to world-class salmon. Despite the port still functioning, Port Huon for the most part is a quiet river-side village with some of the Valley's best views of the the Huon River and mountains beyond.
Just on the edge of town there is a fantastic opportunity to purchase a lovely lifestyle property. The block consists of 3.595ha (8.8 acres) of rolling pasture and bush with beautiful views to the river and valley below. Sorell Street is a quiet, no through road servicing a handful of rural properties and runs right up the side boundary giving you multiple options for driveway location. The block is roughly fenced on 3 sides with no internal fencing making this block a completely blank canvas to create your vision.
If you've been dreaming of a clean, green lifestyle, this property might just be what you're looking for. The town is serviced by a post office, takeaway shop, marina, park, multiple jetties and the Kermandie Hotel. Just five minutes down the road is the popular township of Geeveston (or Rosehaven for those in the know) which is packed with artisan producers, cafes, bakeries, vintage clothing shops and more. All this, and you're approximately 1hr's drive from the Hobart CBD!
We can't wait to chat to you about this gorgeous block. For those interstate, virtual tours are welcome.
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