Geeveston, a famous historical town and a central part of the Huon Valley with a fabulous sense of community you would want to be a part of. You are the gateway to southern Tasmania tourism gems such as Hastings Caves and Tahune Airwalk. This property is centrally located to all shops, cafes and the GeCo – Geeveston Community Centre. You are a leisurely 20 minute drive to Huonville and Hobart is around a 50 minute commute.
Before I share with you the features of the home, I am too excited to tell you about the sensational highlight of the property. Imagine yourself sitting with you afternoon tea by the water’s edge of the Kermandie River watching your local residents (the platypus) swim by exploring their playground. This property’s boundary runs along the river giving you access to one of the pristine parts of Geeveston.
I present to you this wonderful circa 1964 built home with plenty of charm and character you are sure to feel the minute you step foot in through the front door. The separate living room is a welcoming room to sit and enjoy the relaxing nature of this area while being kept warm by your Fujitsu heat pump. The area flows through to the kitchen/dining room and plenty of natural light beaming in through the large timber framed windows, allowing you to take in and admire your private rear garden oasis. The functional kitchen offers generous cupboard and bench space.
The main bedroom located at the front of home, is large in size and has built-in robes installed. Bedroom 2 is large in size with plenty of natural light flowing in through the large windows, and also has a heat pump as an extra feature. The bathroom has a shower over the bath and the toilet is separate for added convenience.
There is an option for you to sit on your covered verandah peacefully looking down toward the waters’ edge and out over your low maintenance near level yard. There is a lockable garage to house your car and two independent carports.
This property truly is perfect those who love being apart of a wonderful community and nature at your (back) door. Come and visit the local resident, wander along the Platypus Walk and head over to the GeCo. Before you do all that, you really must phone me to book your private inspection.