No.151 Church Highway Barnes Bay. Picture: SUPPLIED
THIS stunning heritage home in a sunny spot and with water perspectives is a North Bruny island vintage.
This overdue Victorian/early Federation nation place of dwelling occupies a commanding place on a hillside that slopes down in opposition to the shores of the D’Entrecasteaux Channel.
The secure and sheltered anchorage of Simmonds Bay, a quiet nook of Barnes Bay, is largely its doorstep.
Fall Actual Property agent and Bruny Island professional Jude Viney mentioned it was once constructed in 1890 through cruising yachtsman William Lindsay, the home’s dominant options are the bay and gable frontage and bullnose veranda which might be conventional of the generation.
Structure from days long gone through.
Within, the home has been neatly cared for and keeps many duration options, together with hallway arches, authentic hardwood ground, Baltic pine lining and ornate fireside surrounds.
The home has 3 bedrooms, a big central sitting room and a eating/circle of relatives room.
There’s a country-style kitchen, a separate workplace, small sunroom, a good-sized tiled toilet, laundry, 3 bathrooms and a lined again veranda.
Outdoor, a separate lodging unit provides the chance to generate an source of revenue from Bruny Island’s more and more robust tourism business, which is readily getting better from the demanding situations of 2020.
Located on 6025squarem of land in the residential zone, there may be possible for subdivision, matter to council approval.
This area has performed a key section in the tale of North Bruny.
The place these days the view seems to be over well mown pastures to a big dam, in previous years earlier house owners had planted productive orchards, grown vegetation of grain, minimize hay and raised fats lambs, sending their produce to marketplace in Hobart through steamer.
Jude mentioned the home was once bought to North Bruny farmer Henry Thomas Denne in 1906 and several other generations of the Denne circle of relatives owned Lyndenne for the following seven many years.
“In later years, when the island’s ferry terminal was close by in Barnes Bay, Lyndenne briefly hosted a restaurant and it has since been a cherished family home for successive owners, including the current vendors, who plan to retire and move interstate to be closer to their adult children,” she mentioned.
“Mr and Mrs Lindsay, the unique house owners of the home, have been skilled cruising sailors.
After the sale in 1906, the Mercury reported that “the Lindsays’ yacht Fancy will be missed from her moorings in Barnes Bay”.”
Now possibly it’s time for some other crusing circle of relatives to take over the stewardship of this glorious previous home — and possibly to seem out in the course of the stunning bay home windows of the lounge and keep watch over their very own yacht at anchor, able for the following Channel cruise.
A mooring is incorporated in the sale.
Barnes Bay’s No.151 Church Highway is priced at “Offers over $690,000” and indexed with Fall Actual Property Kingston Seaside.