A rare 42.5 acres of useable pasture and bush with lovely rural views and the River Derwent in the distance to enjoy. Given the expanse of this title, there are endless options of opportunity to build your dream home in the way of location and orientation to ensure the minimum 6 star energy rating now required when building in Tasmania (STCA).
Faulkners Creek forms the lower eastern boundary of the title and the access point to the title runs off Richards Road, 300 metres up on the left hand side. The Easterly aspect and the topography of the blocks provides good sun, drainage and wind breaks from the westerly winds. Currently the pastural component is home to horses enjoying the peaceful landscape, and there are numerous trails and tracks leading through the light bush areas to the top of the title where you get a bird's eye view of the Northern Suburbs and Eastern Shore link.
The zoning of this title is Landscape Conservation so full council due diligence is required by the purchaser, via the Glenorchy City Council, to ensure that your dream is in reach of reality under the current zoning. For those interested in conserving the land for future conservation, then this property is perfect to purchase, sit and hold the freehold title, protecting bird life and the flora and fauna in their natural habitat.
As mentioned, this large title is a rare acquisition being so close to the northern suburb's fringes, and nearby notable tourist attractions include the ever popular MONA, vineyards, cafes, shops and local schools. The Hobart CBD is just a 20 minute drive from the property, ensuring those that wish to enjoy a less complicated living experience, can still commute to work with ease.
Inspections are via appointment with notice required to the agent in advance.
Disclaimer: We have obtained all information in this document from sources we believe to be reliable however we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations.