Eton Beach House: A Contemporary Seaside Haven in Swansea

Swansea property ocean view

Lot 203, 1 Tasman Highway, Swansea, Tas 7190

bedrooms 3
bathrooms 2 cars 2 size 2157 m2
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Located along the shoreline of Great Oyster Bay, the seaside village of Swansea enjoys some of the most spectacular views on Tasmania’s east coast. With a median house price of A$600K and an average annual growth of around 12 per cent, the allure of this seaside locale is proving to draw in families and singles looking for a sea change.

Presenting the perfect coastal getaway is ‘Eton Beach House’, a contemporary waterfront residence that enjoys direct access to a private beach and uninterrupted views of the bay, all the way out to Dolphin Sands and Freycinet Peninsula.

Behind a bluestone facade, this modern beachfront sanctuary offers serene, light-filled living where industrial-style polished concrete floors and charcoal walls complement a timber island bench and gold finishes.

Floor-to-ceiling windows capture those spectacular water vistas while a fireplace ensures you can stay warm during the cool evenings. Residents and guests can also enjoy the panoramic views from two separate decks which lead down towards the property’s sloping lawns.

Three double bedrooms and two bathrooms form the bedroom wing and feature stunning timber flooring and contemporary light fixtures.

Positioned within easy reach of Swansea’s cafes, shops and sandy beaches, this exceptional home lends itself well to a secluded beachfront holiday home, Airbnb or a combination of both. Being located within the environmentally-conscious Piermont complex, this coastal home also offers access to Coswell and Piermont Beaches.

Expressions of interest for Eton House close on July 29 at 12pm.

ABOUT Swansea

Source: RP Data

  • – A$600,000 Median House Price
  • – 12.1% Average Annual Growth
  • – 858 Population
  • – 62 Average Age




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