Outstanding building block with water views in a quiet and peaceful location.
This sunny, level block is cleared, with shady eucalypts and blackwood trees in two corners. The position ensures some of North Bruny's best water views, looking down across farmland to the estuary of the Derwent and northward up the river towards Mt Wellington and back towards the channel.
The block is at the end of a quiet no-through road - and yet it's just a few steps from the bistro and gallery that has become the community hub of Dennes Point.
The property shares a boundary with the historic farm 'Woodlands', originally owned by legendary seafarer of colonial times, Captain James Kelly.
The Dennes Point jetty, boat ramp and safe, sandy beaches are all close by. Dennes Point is only 20 minutes or so from the Roberts Point ferry terminal. It's also the closest point on Bruny Island from the Tasmanian 'mainland', so on many days of the year, it's quite possible to make a short crossing by runabout or even sea kayak from Dennes Point to Tinderbox.
Land with this north-easterly aspect is rare on the entire eastern coastline of Bruny Island - we know of only one other property on the market that has the same outlook, and it's just north of Adventure Bay.
With its convenient location, short distance to the ferry and superlative water views, this block is the ideal spot to build a weekender or make a permanent home on the island.
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