4.3 hectares

All-day sunshine, water views, easy to access, ready to build

This outstanding parcel of land on North Bruny Island offers the opportunity to design and build a unique and special coastal homestead, close to the shores of the D'Entrecasteaux Channel. The property is an easy drive from the ferry and just a few minutes from the white sands of Nebraska Beach and the Dennes Point village precinct, with its café/bistro and art gallery.

An excellent approved building envelope has already been designated in an elevated and private location on the block, maximising the sunny westerly aspect and the delightful views through mature trees to the water. Building here will be straightforward and access is also easy, through a gate and track from Killora Road.

The land has a variety of significant natural values. It supports an impressive stand of magnificent ancient grass trees (Xanthorrhoea australis). Native birds and animals are abundant. In the forested areas, stands of white gums provide habitat for rare 40-spotted pardalotes, while swift parrots gather to feed in the canopy of flowering eucalypts. Wedge-tail eagles and white-bellied sea eagles soar overhead, and wallabies, spotted quolls and echidnas are commonly seen.
The 4.4 hectare parcel is a premium section of the historic 'Nebraska' farming property which was established in the early 1900s. This property combines historical connections with environmental values and offers a rare opportunity to create a contemporary architectural statement on one of the foremost early farming properties on North Bruny Island. Contact Jude Viney to arrange a personal site visit and inspection.

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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Our Agents

Jude Viney

Jen Barnett