This pretty four bedroom brick home on approximately half an acre offers the unique position of being in the heart of the town yet looks over the most amazing rural views; patchwork fields of rich brown, freshly turn paddocks in preparation for potatoes, green grazing meadows and tree line country roads with mountains on the horizon. So even though it is on the highway, the home is set back from the street and country sounds still feature.
The 4 generous bedrooms all have built in robes offering ample storage. A second newly installed toilet is located closer to the living space.
The owners have replaced the old tin roof with a colour bond , facia's and guttering. New 6.0 ceiling insulation batts have been installed as well as a new fireplace, that keeps the whole home cosy ( also has a reverse cycle air-conditioner) … The electrical wiring and plumbing have been upgraded as well as a new hot water system installed. The double garage is ready to turn into a rumpus room with newly installed power points, two windows and external door, as it has internal access to a newly renovated kitchen, (hidden in the corner is a locked stored cupboard that is used as a wine cellar) .
The kitchen features glass top stove and wall oven and skylight as well as several soft close deep drawers for easy storage and access. The laundry and pantry is part of the open plan design.
The back paddock has apple and plum trees, composting bins, large trellis for climbing vegetables, four vegetable beds and a raised bed has second year asparagus. Edibles on site include:lemons ,apples and plums, potatoes and garlic, mint and rosemary, parsley, thyme and nasturtiums, Italian sprouting broccoli and perennial spinach. If gardening isn't your thing then there is great opportunity for either strata title or the possibility of subdividing the back block off. With land fetching upwards of 140K in Scottsdale this makes this property a great investment opportunity.
Scottsdale is a regional town in North East Tasmania that has very comfortable summer days -no searing heat- "Cold Winters" where roaring fireplaces beckon .A long spring reveals fields of daffodils and lupins and make this area a gardner's delight. "the rainfall makes it perfect to grow your own vegetables"not just one;)
Scottsdale is surrounded by Meadows of poppies and daisies, Grazing cows and sheep.
50 minutes from Launceston, 20 minutes from the coastal town of Bridport and world renowned golf course 'Barnbougle Dunes', 30 minutes to the 'Blue Derby' mountain bike tracks and is in close proximity of 'Bridstowe Lavender farm' .
The town has a gin distillery and a boutique brewery as well as several B&Bs and hotels.
So if you're looking for a new beginning then this gorgeous family home might be exactly what you've longed for .
Land Size: 1937m2 approx
Building Size: 147m2 approx
Year Built: 1965
Local Council: Dorset
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