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Not Just Stunning Valley Views

Pulpitt Rock Road New Norfolk

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Overlooking New Norfolk and the Derwent River this amazing home has been designed around a stunning, enclosed, central swimming pool, leisure area and fernery. The home is divided into two by the 166m2 pool and leisure room. A covered verandah runs the length of the house and along with a very spacious lounge and dining…

$230,000
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Country Cottage with Lots to Offer

40 Karanja Court Karanja

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Karanja is a small town originally created to service forestry industry based around the Styx River, known as “The Valley of the Giants”. This cute village has since become a quiet, hidden community in a picturesque rural setting. This low maintenance two bedroom cottage is a great opportunity to get into your first house or…

Offers Over $975,000
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Glen Clyde House Circa 1840

2 Grace Street Hamilton

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‘Glen Clyde House’ is an institution in the historic Hamilton Village. Built of locally sourced sandstone in the 1840’s ‘Glen Clyde’ is an integral part of the history of Tasmania. Well positioned adjacent to the highway connecting the south of the state with the west coast it lends itself to many tourist ventures. Currently, as…

$235,000 & $265,000
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Relaxing Village Lifestyle

13 Lower Road New Norfolk

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A gorgeous view is just one of the wonderful features of this purpose- built retirement village overlooking the pretty country town of New Norfolk. The spacious two bedroom brick veneer homes have been designed to give the owners privacy within their own home and in their private outdoor sitting area, while still offering the ultimate…

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A Rare Jewel

21 Quarry Street New Norfolk

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This gorgeous home is just a short walk from the centre of New Norfolk, the gateway to the stunning west coast of Tasmania in the beautiful Derwent Valley. The property is in a lofty position overlooking the valley. A rear, covered deck enables you to enjoy the magic view. An artist’s eye is apparent in…