En­joy se­cluded life be­hind the sand dunes

Tasmanian Country - - RURAL PROPERTY -

GEES Marsh is a unique par­cel set be­hind the sand dunes and nar­row coastal fore­shore re­serve of Millers Beach on Noland Bay in North East Tas­ma­nia.

The prop­erty is an easy 45minute drive from Launce­s­ton.

The en­tire area is cov­ered in di­verse na­tive veg­e­ta­tion which in­cludes grass­lands, sev­eral types of heath and nu­mer­ous ar­eas of wet­lands, home to the green and golden bell frogs.

A coastal black pep­per­mint and white gum for­est pro­vides pro­tec­tion for stands of bull oaks, banksia marginata and yel­low flow­er­ing dog­woods.

A Tas­ma­nian Land Con­ser­vancy Covenant ex­ists that will en­sure the area will be pro­tected from coastal de­velop- ment. A neigh­bour­ing prop­erty is also man­aged for na­ture con­ser­va­tion, form­ing a coastal strip that joins the Brid­port wild­flower re­serve.

A pri­vate road pro­vides ac­cess to po­ten­tial build­ing sites (STCA).

This prop­erty sale presents a rare op­por­tu­nity to en­joy a spe­cial par­cel of Tas­ma­nia’s Bass Strait coast­line.

Two build­ing en­velopes have been set in place and sub­ject to coun­cil plan­ning ap­proval struc­tures, they could be de­vel­oped for ac­com­mo­da­tion.

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