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* Property can be sold 'as is where is' including all goods and chattels.
* Shadowclad/colourbond home (227.4 sq.metres inc deck area)
* Built 2013
* 2 levels
* 5000 square metres land size
* fully insulated
* All windows double glazed
* Bi-fold and sliding glass door access to deck area
* 3 double bedrooms all with built -ins
* 2 bathrooms (with showers toilets)
* Huge living area with spacious kitchen and entertainment area
* Wide timber decks in front and back with connecting timber walkways
* Solar and electric heating
* Heat pump
* Glass balastrades in front and back
* Staircases in front and Rear
* Huge underneath area with storage room (Garaging or development)
* 4 water tanks (approx. 40,000 litres)
* Separate fitted out bunkhouse (45sq metres)
* Two 3x3 m garden sheds
* Mower shed
* Existing trees
* Established holiday accommodation business
* Existing Tourist Accommodation infrastructure (listed on prominent websites
Looking for an investment or an escape? Seymour Waves on the East coast of Tasmania, is available. The property is offered as a 'lock stock and barrel' opportunity for the investor or retiree with an eye for the future.
The title features a modern, recently completed holiday home on 5000 square metres of land. Long Point is a peninsula of land that is part of the old township of Seymour. The point splits a continuous coastal strip of magnificent surf beaches. The position offers the options of using either the northern (Templestowe) or southern (Macleans) beach. The area is unusually remote and therefore very peaceful, quiet and a haven for wildlife including fairy penguin and shearwater colonies.
Seymour Waves offers lovely views of the coastline as well as the Douglas Apsley Ranges to the west. The building itself is a shadowclad / colourbond construction raised on steel piers to enhance the view with a wave like sloping colourbond roof. It features 3 double bedrooms with built-ins and access directly to the decks, 2 bathrooms with showers, a laundry and a large living area. This main space has a vaulted ceiling with a spacious kitchen which includes a gas/electric range, pantry, granite benches plus all the necessary whitegoods and appliances.
There is ample space for dining and entertaining and the room features large bi-fold doors that can be opened up for outdoor living and dining options. The house is completely surrounded by exterior timber decks with glass panelled balustrades in front and back together with deck furniture and gas barbeque. In addition there is a huge underneath area for parking or further development. There is an underneath storage room together with other storage sheds (two 3x3m garden sheds and a mower shed).
This property also includes a fully equipped 45 square metre colourbond dwelling that can be used as a bunkhouse, artists studio or extra accommodation for friends etc. The property has numerous trees and a secluded barbeque area with wood burner for campfire nights. Water is supplied via three water tanks holding approximately 25,000 litres of water plus a fire tank of 6,000 litres. There is also a 10,000 litre tank at the bunkhouse that can be pumped into the main tanks. The house is fully insulated and all windows including the bi-fold doors are double glazed. Heating is supplied via a heat pump however the houses' passive heating design ensures that heat is retained. Hot water is supplied via solar power, backed by normal electric power.
Seymour Waves has been successfully building a reputation as a quality holiday home since opening in mid 2013. It offers an opportunity for investors to continue this successful business (figures available on request) or equally an chance for a family or partnership to acquire this valuable property. Real estate in this area is becoming harder to develop due to more stringent environmental and coastal strip planning regulations therefore opportunities to acquire established properties at competitive prices will decrease.
Tasmania is currently experiencing a tourist boom with increased world wide interest in this beautiful corner of the world. The East Coast is developing with world class golf courses, boutique wineries, the freshest seafood and local produce with restaurants and eateries all catering for a more urbane visitor. These are travellers or permanent residents more interested in the visual, culinary and recreational sporting activities that a temperate climate can offer, rather than kangaroos, suntanning and desert treks.
The 'Great Eastern Drive' from St. Helens to Orford is a new government initiative which highlights the east coast including areas such as the Bay of Fires, Freycinet Peninsula and Maria Island. Seymour is situated in the midst of this area and is increasingly gaining attention from interested visitors who accidentally stumble on this spot.
Seymour Waves offers a great opportunity to secure a premium coastal residence before prices rise or further developments on the coast become more restricted. For further details please get in touch. We'll be happy to provide specific details or arrange inspection at your convenience!