Situated on the banks of the Huon River Estuary on the popular Cygnet Coast Road this simply breathtaking property is the ultimate waterfront holding in the Huon Valley. Positioned on Bullock Point that is one of few north facing positions with direct waterfrontage in the Huon Valley the property offers 11 acres on two separate titles and has the bonus of dual waterfrontage with a deep water mooring to the southern side of the point in a sheltered cove between Bullock and Brabazon point. The property features a modern 3 bedroom 2 bathroom home that has been tastefully decorated and upgraded to present like new inside and out with a classic neutral colour scheme that lets you focus on the stunning views through every window. There are 2 large outbuildings on the property with the main garage having been constructed only 7 years go with the capacity to house many vehicles and work as a functional workshop while also enjoying the stunning views on offer. There is also another workshop that has power, water and heating and with its large annex makes excellent boat, plane or tractor and hay storage. Some other main features of the home are double glazing, 2 living rooms and a glass conservatory, large bedrooms with built in robes along with two modern bathrooms that feature extra large showers both with water views. The home is surrounded by box hedges and a birch forest along with a few of the remaining apple trees from the original orchard that once occupied the now perfect pastures. The two titles offer the option of constructing a second residence, selling one title or boundary re alignment of the two titles if required. The current owner has used the property as a light aircraft airstrip for many magnificent fights above the Huon Valley with success and there is also plenty of room for landing a helicopter for pleasure or in an emergency. Of the two large dams one in spring fed and very deep that is surrounded by native bushland on the southern waterfront boundary and was historically used to irrigate the orchards right through summer without making much of a dent in the water levels. Because of the agricultural history of the property there is some excellent fertile soil that offers along with the water the opportunity to grow almost anything you desire and having been free from farming for over 12 years has the potential to be classed as organic right away. The level of detail and quality around the home stands out from the sealed driveway, tiles decks, and fire safety systems installed along with back up diesel generators, underground water lines and self closing gates everything has been thought of. Located 45 minutes from the CBD of Hobart and only 7 minutes to the vibrant township of Cygnet this truly unique holding. To arrange a private inspection and begin to grasp the beauty that this property offers please call or email anytime.
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