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For Sale

Waterfront Property

Overlooking the Great Lake at Doctors Point in the Central Highlands of Tasmania is this two bedroom home ready to move into. Excellent views from the main living areas with the large windows overlooking an uninterrupted view of water. Sitting on a large 2579 m2 block at the end of Wallace Road making this property very private. Well insulated in the walls and ceiling with a new wood heater for extra warmth. Hot water is heated through the combustion, which is also used for cooking as well. For convenience there is a gas stove and consul gas fridge in the entrance. The second bedroom is very large with 2 single beds and a double bed. Bathroom has a bath, vanity and shower. The toilet is situated off the second bedroom. A single garage would house a small boat or vehicle and the garden shed used for storage. Please call now for an inspection of this home in Doctors Point.

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