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Rossarden, 34 Schell Street

As the deer roam free

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Listing Number: TNM1149
About this listing
Situated in the former tin-mining town of Rossarden; this original miner's cottage is offered as a 'walk-in/walk-out' package and presents as an ideal property to escape the rat race. Constructed in 1953; this weatherboard cabin offers the following;
- Open plan living and kitchen area.
- Newly installed Mitsubishi Reverse Cycle which complements the Kent enclosed woodfire.
- Two good-sized bedrooms and an additional office/study area; which could easily be converted into a third bedroom.
- Plenty of sheds with a wood storage shed; well-equipped workshop and free-standing carport.
- Quality household appliances.
- Comfortable furniture.
Set on a 0.1373Ha fully fenced allotment at the westly end of Schell Street; this cottage overlooks the Rossarden recreation ground and is surrounded by crown land. It is perfectly located to take in the outlook towards Stack's Bluff and Ben Lomond National Park plus feed the wild deer at your doorstep. The township of Rossarden presents as an ideal location for bushwalking; recreational hunting and/or fishing; as residents can explore Storys Creek and Rossarden Valley. With well established native Tasmanian flora and fauna throughout the township; Rossarden provides the perfect destination to unwind and relax.
Rossarden is only 20minute drive (19km) from Avoca via the Storys Creek Road. Wild deer roam the streets, as well as many native animals and birds. You may even see wedge-tailed eagles soaring towards the Ben Lomond National Park above the township.
For a value for money 'weekender' in peaceful bush surrounds; where you may even feed some wild deer at the doorstep; feel free to contact Nick Hay for information or arrange a private inspection.
Year Built: 1953
Council Rates: $400 per year.
Water Rates: $90.00 per quarter.
Land Size: 0.1373Ha (0.339 acre) approx.
Building Size: 81m2 (8 squares) approx.
Zoning: 26.0 Rural Resource
Council: Northern Midlands Council.
The information contained herein has been supplied to us and we have no reason to doubt its accuracy, however, we cannot guarantee it. Accordingly, all interested parties should make their own enquiries to verify this information
Property Information
  • Land Size: 1373 sqm
  • Approx year built: 1953
  • Property condition: Good
  • Property Type: House
  • House style: Federation, Cottage
  • Garaging / carparking: Open carport, Off street
  • Construction: Timber
  • Joinery: Timber
  • Roof: Colour bond
  • Insulation: Ceiling
  • Walls / Interior: Panel sheeting
  • Flooring: Carpet and Timber
  • Window coverings: Drapes
  • Heating / Cooling: Reverse cycle a/c, Woodfire (Closed)
  • Electrical: TV points, TV aerial
  • Property Features: Other (NBN)
  • Chattels remaining: Blinds, Drapes, Fixed floor coverings, Light fittings, Stove, TV aerial
  • Kitchen: Standard, Open plan, Breakfast bar and Finished in Laminate
  • Living area: Open plan
  • Main bedroom: Double
  • Bedroom 2: Single
  • Main bathroom: Bath
  • Entrance: Rear & Front Door Access
  • Laundry: Separate
  • Workshop: Separate
  • Views: Private, Bush
  • Aspect: North
  • Outdoor living: Garden
  • Fencing: Partial, Materials (Post & Wire)
  • Land contour: Flat
  • Grounds: Tidy
  • Garden: Garden shed (Number of sheds: 3)
  • Water heating: Electric
  • Water supply: Town supply
  • Sewerage: Septic

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Harcourts Northern Midlands

2/30 Marlborough Street
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