THE joy of coastal living is on offer here at Eaglehawk Neck.
This three-bedroom house boasts extraordinary water views and contemporary living.
On the first level there is a dining, kitchen and lounge area with double sliding doors to a deck and barbecue area.
There is a bathroom, laundry and a bedroom on this level.
Stairs lead to the second level, where there are two generous bedrooms, a large bathroom and another deck.
The gardens are tiered and landscaped.
Below the home there is a double garage.
Set on the rise above Pirates Bay, Norfolk Bay and the Tasman Sea, this property is only a short stroll to a popular surf beach or a short drive to a recreational fishing port.
No.12 Hawks Lane in Eaglehawk Neck is on the market at $525,000, it is listed with Knight Frank.
CoreLogic figures for the 12 months through November last year show 26 houses and one unit was sold in Eaglehawk Neck.
In that time the waterside suburb’s median house price was $325,000.
With an average hold period of almost 15 years, Eaglehawk Neck homeowners don’t tend to flip their houses quickly.
At 14.8 years, the hold period is the 13th longest in Tasmania.