Rare and special position, sweeping Derwent views
This comfortable 1991 three-bedroom timber-clad home occupies an unusual location it's one of only a handful of homes on the eastern coastline of North Bruny Island, almost all of which is privately owned in large holdings. The position means that the home has sweeping views from the entrance to the D'Entrecasteaux Channel and across the Derwent Estuary, all the way up the river to Mount Wellington.
The views are framed by pastures that belong to the heritage farming property Woodlands', originally the home of pioneer sea captain, whaler and explorer James Kelly.
The layout is designed to maximise sun and views, with three sets of glass sliding doors leading out from the kitchen/dining area, the lounge room and the main bedroom to a covered deck, with space for an outdoor setting. There are two free-standing gas heaters and the interior pine lining creates a warm ambience. The house is carpeted in all bedrooms and living areas, with vinyl flooring in the kitchen, laundry and separate toilet. The kitchen includes a large pantry, timber cupboards and laminex benchtop and the bathroom has a glass shower bay.
Neatly-tended and fully-fenced lawns and gardens surround the house. The block is level, with a gravel drive leading to a double carport. Two large rainwater tanks with pressure system, a shadecloth-covered greenhouse and substantial storage sheds complete a very attractive package.
The home is at the end of a quiet and private no-through road, but it's still in the heart of the Dennes Point village precinct, just a few steps from the Jetty Caf, provedore, art gallery and community centre. The town's beaches, jetty and boat ramp are all close by.
Quality properties in Dennes Point are attracting a lot of interest offered at a very realistic price, this one will sell quickly, so call Jude to arrange an inspection soon.
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