89 Barton Avenue, TRIABUNNA
EOI closing02/02/2018 unless sold before
MARVELLOUS MARIA ISLAND
Toarra-Marra-Monah was first seen by the Dutch explorer Abel Tasman in 1642 and he named it after the wife of the the Governor General of the Dutch East Indies. It has had an interesting history since European discovery having been a convict settlement, a health resort, a vineyard, a sheep run, cement producing centre and now a National Park.
It takes centre stage as you gaze east from this waterfront block at the end of Barton Avenue and contemplate a full moon rising on a clear winter's night.
The gentle sloping land enjoys a 100 foot frontage to the Crown land bordering the foreshore of Spring Bay and as your attention shifts away from Maria to the north and west you take in the farmland opposite and the marina and township at Triabunna.
This private and prestigious enclave is a 5 minute waterfront stroll from the Eastcoaster Resort and only 1 wood and 3 iron from the about to be developed world class golf course adjoining.
Don't dilly-dally, call Paul for a plan.
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