Low Head property

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Historical Seaside Villa with Front Row Views of the Bass Strait

Low Head property

81-99 Low Head Road, Low Head, Tas 7253

EOI 5 Beds 1 Baths 19300 SQM
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Low Head is a small beachside township in Northern Tasmania with a median house price of A$590,000. The town has experienced a 16.83 per cent growth over the last year with most properties remaining on the market for an average of just 14 days.

From its position on the Northern Tasmanian coastline, the town enjoys close proximity to the renowned Tamar Valley wineries, Barnbougle and Lost Farm golf courses and the city of Launceston.

Making the most of this seaside location is Marion Villa, an Italianate influenced home with front-row views of the Bass Strait.

Having been built in 1820 by one of Tasmania’s original pioneers, James Cox of Clarendon, the home enjoys a colourful history as the ‘ballroom in the north’, having had many of Tasmania’s most famous historical figures in attendance.

These days, the home is just as impressive with it’s 4.5 acres of land, heritage-listed Jackson fig tree and private moat.

Inside, the home is defined by nautical-inspired interiors, deep architraves, Tasmanian timber floors and breathtakingly high ceilings.

Accommodation is served by five charming bedrooms, while multiple living and dining spaces provide plenty of room for families to entertain and relax.

A spacious kitchen with a butler’s pantry, a bright sunroom and the lower level of the home features two hundred year old brickwork and Bluestone walls; just some of the property’s stand out features.

Many of the living areas make the most of the views of the Bass Strait, which also serves as a personal swimming spot on warm summer days.

Outside, old English trees are accompanied by a small orchard of olives, quinces, apples, pears, apricots and plums, while level lawns offer plenty of space for entertaining and strolling around the grounds.

Alongside storerooms, two sheds and a garage, the property also comes with an opportunity to subdivide two substantial lots.

Low Head Suburb Snapshot
  • – A$590,000 Median House Price
  • – 16.83% Average Annual Growth
  • – 4,925 Population
  • – 45 Average Age