Being able to live right on the beach front within a 30 minute commute to Hobart city is one of the fantastic things about living in Clifton Beach. Especially when the beach is one of the most iconic surf beaches in Tasmania. Built high on the dunes this amazing position gives unobstructed views of the beach, including iconic natural features such as Cape Deslacs, Cape Raoul and Storm Bay. With the waters edge a few short steps from the home, even if you are not a surfer, this amazing beach is a wonderful natural playground to enjoy exercise, swimming, playing with the kids or just sit in awe of the natural landscape. The four bedroom brick home has been designed and built with position in forefront of design process and offering fantastic accommodation, to relax and enjoy both the space and position. Recent upgrades to the bathroom and kitchen include, new tiling, modern bench tops and glass splash backs, to ensure a modern chic feel. Whist the open fire in the formal lounge room is a great place to enjoy those cosy winter afternoons whist enjoying the seasonal changes outside. Entertaining decks both at the front and rear of the property ensure entertaining can occur year round and enjoy the sun at all hours of the day. The large block ensures stacks of privacy and also good spaces for children to play in safety on the grassed areas. The landscaped yard includes automatic security gate, sealed driveway, large separate workshop/garage ideal for storing boats, vehicles and other water toys. With the Clifton Beach Surf Club at your backdoor and local playground and walking tracks close by, this wonderful sunny family home is a fantastic representation of coastal living at its finest.
|Address||Price||Property type||Sale type|
|428 Clifton Beach Road||3||$395K-$435K By Neg.||House||Sale|
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