There are many stunning views in and around Hobart and the opening up of select land parcels in the northern suburbs such as this beauty on the elevated slopes of Claremont gives more choice to those seeking to build their own home. It truly is a panoramic view in every sense of the word. It faces east, so with clever design you will be able to enjoy beautiful morning sunshine and then right through the day, making it a lovely naturally warm location. You will never tire of the outlook, with the suburbs, city and Bowen Bridge to the south, the River Derwent and mountains providing a backdrop to the east with Cadbury's in the middle view, and then north up river. This is a quality new home construction area, so the value is increased. There is also plenty of space between the homes. This block is just over an acre (5500m) but many of the already constructed homes have larger holdings, adding to the ambience and the reason many seek to live in this lovely part of Hobart. The CBD is only 20 minutes' commute on dual carriageway highway, an added bonus, but when you return home you will feel as if you are in a rural retreat, with the quiet serenity and privacy created by bushland to the rear, and open spaces and grassland surrounding. Claremont has a rich array of shopping options and services, and the Glenorchy precinct is only a five minute drive. The land parcel is sloping and cleared ready for construction.
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