Outstanding rural property with farming and residential potential
This property consists of two adjoining titles that run from Bruny Island Main Road, along Simpsons Bay Road and down to the edge of the Simpsons Creek wetland, which is owned by the Tasmanian Land Conservancy and is an important habitat for native birds.
136 Simpsons Bay Road
This northern title, with access from Simpsons Bay Road, comprises pasture, forest, an old overgrown cherry orchard and several dams. Close to a private and secluded potential building site there are two large sheds, one timber-framed, one steel-framed, and both connected to power. The tidal Simpsons Creek runs through the property and at high tide it's possible to paddle or row a dinghy from near the building site, down through the wetlands and into Simpsons Bay. Wildlife and birdlife is abundant - mature white gums provide habitat for a colony of rare and threatened 40-spotted pardalotes.
Lot 1, 3434 Bruny Island Main Road
The southern title, with access from Bruny Island Main Road, is predominantly cleared pastureland with windbreaks between paddocks and some native forest. It has several dams, including one large dam on the permanent watercourse of Simpsons Creek and there is a derelict farmhouse and shed on the land.
Located a few minutes from Alonnah, with its hotel, shop and range of services, the combined property, all of which is zoned Rural Resource, is also just a short drive away from Adventure Bay. This is an outstanding opportunity to secure a substantial rural/residential property on Bruny Island.
*The information contained herein has been supplied to us and we have no reason to doubt its accuracy, however, cannot guarantee it. Accordingly, all interested parties should make their own enquiries to verify this information.
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