House in Norwood TAS 7250Listed June 2023
We’re looking for expressions of interest for our home in Norwood, Tasmania.
Set on the side of Queechy Lake on a 1421m2 block, this space has been our sanctuary over recent years. Take a right onto Penquite road and you’re 5 minutes to the centre of Launceston, left to avoid all the traffic out to the freeway or Evendale and when you’re home it feels like your hidden away in the bush.
6 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms, 2 floors of living space, it presents an ideal family home and also offers the chance to earn a residual income as a wedding and events venue.
Wood fire, two reverse cycle air conditioners architectural design and an incredible garden, thoughtfully created in the 90’s with Birch, Maple, Elms, black bamboo, Ferns and a sea of rare and glorious plantings that bring a wealth of colour as the seasons change, nestling the home like a tree house in summer and feeding in the light through the winter months.
At the base of the garden you look out over Queechy Lake, teeming with wildlife and to the right the Esk winds around past Scotch Oakburn playing fields on its way into Lonny.
Up the road you have the added walk-about adventure south into Puchbowl reserve and up to Raining Rock, or you can walk north into Stones throw along the Esk and the lakes where the Sea Eagle’s roost.
Block 1422 m2
House 315 m2
2 carports, one lockable shed.
Room for 2 more cars and the turning circle in the drive is big enough for a truck.
Chicken coup, fire pit area, covered balcony, lower floor storage or office, lovely neighbours and a magical energy, locked together by the backyard stone circle, built from the rescued fascia of one of Launceston’s old world buildings (back in the early 90s when the property was built).
It really is a world away from the surrounding hustle and bustle and a joy to come home to.
We’re looking for interest over 1.2M, so please feel free to get in touch if you’d like to know more.
The property is searchable as older real estate listings online, for more information and a look at how it’s evolved over the years, e.g.
Here’s a link through to Seven Ducks; our place’s FB site: https://www.facebook.com/seven7ducks?mibextid=LQQJ4d
- Lounge Room
- Dinning Room
- Family Room
- Powder Room
- Media Room
- Car Port
- Car Spaces