Saturday, 14 November 2020

Fancy a sea change in Tasmania with your own vineyard?

Tasmania is a dream destination for city folk looking for a sea change, tree change, or even a Brie change. 

Just on the market this week is the ultimate home for wine lovers looking to escape the city rat race. 

With Tamar River frontage and its own vineyard with chardonnay and pinot noir vines, Humburg Reach is in a beautiful private setting but within easy commuting distance to Launceston. 

The property is already set up with extensive and productive garden beds, established fruit and nut trees, a chicken shed and room for a pony or two. 

Situated on around 2.35 hectares, located on a school bus route, and within minutes of the local business centre and supermarket complex, the Launceston CBD is an easy 15-minute drive, and the Launceston Airport a 30-minute commute.

The home has four bedrooms and three bathrooms with local timbers a feature throughout. 


The Master Suite has double en suites each with their own separate dressing rooms attached, and a separate reading nook, that would be perfect as an office space. 

The sunken lounge features a large open fire, and is a cosy place to relax and enjoy the river view.

Humburg Reach has its own petanque court and there is a separate self-contained, two-bedroom cottage ideal for guest accommodation. 

The hobby vineyard has produced some very good wines in the past and a large shed houses a wine preparation area. 

Offers over $1.5 million. 


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