Positioned for superb rural, Ringarooma River and town views, this humble, lovely 2 bedroom home with open plan kitchen/living area has been renovated with plenty of wood detailing, and is located on a large 1707m2 block. It has verandahs on two sides and a large sun deck from which you can relax and enjoy the views of the Ringarooma river in the distance. Owners have totally remodelled interior of the home with all rooms replastered, flooring has been replaced, solar panels have been erected on the roof (to reduce the cost of mains electricity). New French drains, new wood heater and hard wired smoke detectors have recently been installed. This home is privately positioned in a very quiet street and is only a short walk from the town centre to the quaint Berries Cafe and Painted Door Cafe. Derby is a small tourist town located on the Tasman Highway between Launceston and St Helens, Tasmania. It is about 86 kms from the world famous beautiful Bay of Fires. Derby will also be the centre for "World Trail", which will begin construction of Stage 1 of a huge and exciting new project to develop around 80km of purpose built, world class Mountain Bike Trails around Derby and the iconic Blue Tier. Asking Price is Negotiable. The two year project kicks off with Stage 1 at Derby and Stage 2 at Blue Tier due to start early 2015. Derby has a Garage, Coffee shops, Derby Tin Mine Centre, An Art Gallery and two Hotels. Currently this property is rented, but tenant's lease ends 4th October 2014. Neighbours are friendly and quiet. Block is located at the edge of town, and at the base of Cascade Dam Road, a steep climb of alternating forests and vistas over the valley, lined in spring with narcissus, daffodils and snowdrops. The Ringarooma river is north over the highway at the bottom of the block, (the house is at the top), and the rapids can be heard easily from the deck. The east side of the block is state land, watershed to the Cascade River and full of understory birds. The property and adjoining crown land is bird paradise, with so many species large and small. There are two very large 100 year old pine trees which are frequently visited by Yellow-tailed black cockatoo. Parking is in a fenced yard, and there is a small shed on the land. A great location for artists and writers, quiet, yet not entirely isolated. If you like quiet and beautiful surrounds, this is the home for you.
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