33 Grays Road, North Bruny WATERFRONT PROPERTY includes Private Beach & Panoramic Views!
Offers Over $1,230,000
|Land Size:||55 acres approx.|
'Blackstone' is a magnificent property on two titles totaling 55 acres, one title has a private pebble beach frontage to the highwater mark with sheltered anchorage. The second title stretches along 117.95m of coastal reserve, a narrow strip of woodland separates this title from spectacular sandstone coastline formations. Breathtaking 270degree views are enjoyed from both titles up and down the D'Entrecasteaux Channel across to Mt Wellington & Snug Tiers, with views extending south as far as Fluted Cape at the properties highest point!
The main home has two-bedrooms and is kept warm via a fabulous oven/wood heater. Raked ceilings and exposed beams in the living area complement the character and atmosphere of the home. A sunroom with glass sliders onto a large 'L' shaped verandah, ideal to soak in the wonderful water views and relaxing sound of nature that this very private location offers.
Recently renovated, council approved guest quarters have been designed to include a studio with Tassie Oak floors and gas heating.There is a shower and separate laundry/toilet.Glass sliders open onto a private deck and would offer wonderful Airbnb possibilities!
The property is off-the-grid, there is a 240v system powered by solar panels and a wind generator, with a backup generator.Other infrastructure includes an art studio, a large shed as well as an old stable area used for tools/storage, there is also a wood shed and carport.There is ample rainwater storage and the property is fenced with a large dam and two smaller ones and includes a delightful vegetable and flower garden.
Extensive land regeneration and reforestation has been undergone and this property is a corridor providing habitat for many birds and native animals. Approximately 1.041ha on the foreshore is a place of considerable historic significance and is listed on the Register with the Tasmanian Heritage Council.This picturesque coastland has the remains of the post-1843 sod hut, the site of the ration station in existence when George Robinson was appointed by Governor Arthur to take charge of supplying provisions to the Bruny Island Aborigines.
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