Sea, salt, surf and sand. This two-story beach house has an amazing position in the heart of the Bay of Fires with direct ocean frontage to Swimcart Beach and coastal views north along the Bay of Fires to Sloop Rock and Eddystone Point.
At night enjoy the starts and watch Eddystone Point Lighthouse flashing in the distance. Sleep with the crash and rumble of the surf only a few metres away on nearby Swimcart Beach ringing in your ears.
By day the beach is a minute's stroll out your front door across the beautiful coastal reserve on a cleared track. Venture a little further across the narrow Round Hill Point and you are on the azure white sands of the sheltered Jeanneret Beach. It will be immediately apparent why Jeanneret is so popular with families and young children in summer. In other seasons you may have both beaches to yourself.
The home is surrounded by native trees and plants on a large cleared, flat block. It includes two bedrooms on the ground floor, - the first with a queen size bed, the second with a double and both with built in robes. The lower level is completed by the bathroom, an open plan kitchen/dining and lounge area. The lounge features a flat screen TV, DVD, stereo with ipod dock, quality lounges and settings and a great view of the sea. Adjoining the downstairs living area is a large timber deck with outdoor setting and a gas barbeque for al fresco dining in the shade of the trees with views to the sea.
Upstairs enjoy fabulous views from the open plan rumnpus room featuring an eightball table and a second TV, DVD and lounge underneath the timber lined cathederal ceiling. There are two single beds tucked away in dormer windows, ideal for children, and a study nook with chair and desk for those quieter moments. The rumpus room is serviced by a second toilet and basin so there is no need to venture downstairs at night.
Jeanneret Beach House features fabulous coastal walks in either direction. Wander south around a beautiful headland to Binalong Bay Beach and along it to the comforts of Moresco Restaurant and Cafe for papers, coffee or a hearty breakfast in the morning or enjoy lunch of dinner featuring local fare and Tasmanian wines. If the coffee appeals, but not the walk, then it is a 5 minute scenic drive. To the north, indulge in some fine beachcombing along Swimcart Beach, view lagoons and more beaches and stunning coastline at Cosy Corner, Seaton Cove and Sloop Rock, all the while with views of the Bay of Fires.