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For Sale

Coastal Residential Development Opportunity

An exciting opportunity to develop an exclusive residential subdivision in Opossum Bay that is suitable for permanent residences or the holiday home fraternity. The property has approval for a 16 lot subdivision, with allotments ranging in size from, 1705m2 to 3649m2. The subdivision is being offered to the market as one parcel. Oposssum Bay is an attractive beach side hamlet approximately 45 minutes' drive from the Hobart CBD. Offering stunning views of Mount Wellington, Mortimer Bay and Mitchells Beach. The beach is safe for family activities including swimming, water skiing, diving, Jet Ski's and wind surfing. The older quaint beach houses add character to the area. Seaside lifestyle is ensured with a wonderful new jetty, boat ramp and community clubs for the enthsiasts such as gardening, cards, fishing and bike riding. Only 5 minutes drive will get you to some spectacular surf beaches, the Iron Pot 9 hole golf club, South Arm Primary school, local RSL club, cafe and local shops. A unique opportunity to invest in one of Tasmania's most beautiful locations.

What's around Opossum Bay
The Beach

The Beach

Restaurants

REVIEWS (3):"This is one of the best places i have ever been to - great atmosphere, the pepper steak and greens was perfect, my wife's seafood pasta was amazing - the..."

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Beachfront 32

Beachfront 32

Cafes

REVIEWS (2):"Really good local restaurant. We generally get take-aways but have also eaten in. The epic chicken burger is a winner. Bar facilities offer a wide range of..."

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Taroona Primary School

Taroona Primary School

Middle Schools & High Schools

REVIEWS (1):"A wonderful school with fantastic teachers. Taroona Primary also has an amazing parent support group within a great community. Lots of happy smiling..."

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The Picnic Basket

The Picnic Basket

Cafes

REVIEWS (3):"Along the lazy, winding Channel Highway there's a real gem of a place to be found in a space that used to be an old garage (service station). It's still..."

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