This low maintenance property in Port Huon has views over the Kermandie Marina, the Huon River (with some of the best fishing in Tasmania) and through to the Hartz Mountains to the south. The boundary is fully fenced and it is less than a minutes walk to the historic Kermandie Hotel and the Port Huon Aquatic & Sports Centre. The village of Geeveston is only 3km south with the main town of Huonville 15 minutes North and it is on the Tassie Link bus route. The first of three structures is 104m2. It is a modern two story, 2 bedroom 1 bathroom, open plan house with easy-clean tiled floors throughout the lower story, exposed beams in the living area and comes with an Ultimate wood burner, reverse cycle A/C and the kitchen has a walk in pantry. The large upstairs bedroom has laminate flooring, built in storage and a sliding glass door leading onto a balcony facing the river and Marina. The second structure is 58m2, fully insulated, period weatherboard building with a new Colorbond roof. Divided into 4 rooms its current registered usage is as a club-house and includes modern tiled bathroom facilities. The extra large front room has a kitchenette and plenty of room for other furniture. Laminate flooring has been used throughout. In the past this building has been used as a general store and post office, a printer's shop and many other endeavors now lost to history. These two main buildings, with a total area of 152m2, are finished in modern neutral decor and are ready to use. The third building is an as new 9m x 6m x 3m high Colorbond garage/workshop with twin roller doors, concrete floor. This space is ideal for a secure storage facility or run a business from here such as kayak hire or whatever else you may be thinking. The zoning allows for this, but as always, it is subject to council approval. The driveway is finished in blue metal and there is ample parking for extra cars, boat and caravan while the minimal gardens can be left for extended periods without care. This property has a very rare "Mixed Use Zoning" and is very unique in that it is "ready to use" for many purposes, including but not limited to retirees or a fly in/fly out worker or an investor or a business venture. A "lock it and leave it home", a holiday or rental home with income potential. Being right on the "Huon Trail" tourist route, you could live in the house and use the other building for a small business, all subject to council approval of course. The possibilities really are endless. This property had originally been given a value of $275,000 and has been available for offers over $250,000. The owners have bought elsewhere and all reasonable offers will be considered.
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