Affordable Living in Historic Township
Situated just 500 metres from the heart of beautiful historic Oatlands with views to Table Mountain you will find this 2010 built 3 bedroom brick home. Build on a 1151sqm corner allotment with a single garage and workshop (man/ladycave). This home consists of an entry hall which leads into the seperate lounge room, a small hallway leads you through to the modern kitchen with Westinghouse wall oven, gas hotplates and range hood, added to this a comfortable dining/family room.
All 3 bedrooms have built-in robes, the main bedroom has access to the bathroom. The home is kept warm/cool all year round with heat pumps in both the lounge and family rooms. For the comfort of those enjoying the garage/man/lady cave there is also a heat pump installed.
This historical village on the shores of Lake Dulverton is located approx 1 hours drive north of Hobart and approx 70 minutes drive south of Launceston on the Midland Highway. Oatlands is one of Tasmania's oldest settlements with more than 150 sandstone buildings being the largest collection of any Australian town. Many of its historic buildings now operate as cafes, antique stores, accommodation and attractions that reward visitors with a taste for good Tasmanian produce and a passion for antiques, arts and crafts added to this your every day needs are taken care of including supermarket, schools and hospital.
The most noticeable silhouette on the Oatlands skyline is Callington Mill. Built in 1837, this Lincolnshire tower mill is the only operating mill of its type in the Southern Hemisphere. A beautiful town in which to settle or visit. Commuting distance to both Hobart and Launceston, Oatlands is an ideal township to bring up the family or retire too.
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