Rural meets coastal!
Nestled in one of the sweetest spots of Sandford is this 5.5 ha (13.69 acres) property. Adjoining the Tangara Trail, opposite Calverts Lagoon and close proximity to some of the best surf beaches Tasmania has to offer. Be impressed by the voguish vertical board cottage with tasteful eclectic decor. Featuring open plan living/kitchen/dining, 3 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, laundry plus garage that could be utilised as extra living STCA.
From the moment you drive into the property, you can see eight carefully divided and fenced paddocks with two horse/animal shelters, leading up to the main home and nearby large shed/barn. The shed has a reinforced concrete slab, drive-through twin roller doors with a third shed roller door plus a 35,000L rainwater tank with an Onga pump. On the property, there are 9 individual growing areas, six being fully enclosed. Two dams, 'as new' Honda dam pump, and 10,000L header tank that easily gravity feeds these areas. At the rear of the cottage is a feed/equipment open storage shed. A further 10,000L tank is situated off the cottage. Major earthworks have been completed for a second dwelling at the top of the property with gated access to the Tangara Trail. Previously council consent was attained and the well-chosen position allows stunning views over Storm Bay and beyond.
It is near impossible to describe the lengths the current owners have gone to in presenting this very special property. You could take it further and go off the grid with all your homegrown produce, green pasture for livestock, animal shelters, dams, and various hothouses. Maybe create a small business such as a function/wedding venue, Airbnb accommodation or re-establish another successful equestrian riding school...the possibilities are endless (STCA)
Existing aquafir bore drilled - to be developed/not in use.
Installation in 2016 of the septic system and soak fields.
Original horse arena and practice circle.
Bush Attack Level (BAL) 12.9 rating. Lowest fire rating; property compliant.
Plantings: 12 varieties of heirloom apples (espalier wires), raspberries, hazelnuts, blueberries, strawberries,
avocados, pears, mulberries, figs, apricots, various greens, herbs, and vegetables.
*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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