Light-filled tranquillity only steps away from the pristine protected waters of North West Bay in the DfEntrecastaux Channel. Wake up to the swaying peppermint gum trees in the glorious morning sun, watch and listen to the birds, take in the gentle ocean swell and the changing shades of light in the sky above distant Mt Wellington. Enjoy a daily twilight paddle to the picturesque nearby beaches, a quiet walk along the waterfront or a bushwalk in the hills. This is your own little Tasmanian piece of paradise you have always dreamed of. The house is on 2000 square meters (half an acre) of established, easy-maintenance bushland, set on virtual waterfront on North West Bay at Coningham, Tasmania. (25 min drive from Hobart, Capital of Tasmania) The house comprises a bright and airy open-plan living with spacious modern kitchen, immaculate three bedrooms (master with en-suit and walk-in wardrobe), gas central heating, a separate lock-up garage and undercover parking for three cars. Designed by architect, Richard Blyth, it takes full advantage of its rare north facing aspect, allowing the house to be warm in winter and cool in summer. Beautiful polished Tasmanian Oak flooring, cathedral ceilings in the main living area and tasteful sandstone benches throughout make you feel you are on permanent holiday!