Designed by award-winning architect Maria Gigney and meticulously maintained by the owners, the Bruny Island Weekender is a stylish, compact and sunny beach house in the increasingly popular seaside village of Dennes Point on North Bruny Island. It has attractive elevated views over bush and across to the D'Entrecasteaux Channel, Tinderbox, North West Bay and the Wellington Range beyond.
The accommodation is in two pavilions connected by an indoor/outdoor space.
-The front pavilion has two bedrooms a king and a twin with a shared ensuite bathroom between, including a massive indoor shower with elevated views of the channel.
-The living pavilion has a stainless steel galley kitchen, dining table and Eames dining chairs.
-The comfortable living area has a TV/DVD, leather lounge and armchairs, with water and bushland views from the expansive windows.
-The living pavilion has a heat pump and there are panel heaters in the bedrooms.
-The pavilions are joined by a large enclosed deck with a wood fire, lounge and antique huon-pine shop-table and Eames chairs.
-In front of the living pavilion there is a sun deck overlooking the channel with a bath on wheels.
-There is a gas barbecue tucked down the side.
-There is also an outhouse with laundry and toilet .
Particular features of the property include the use of Tasmanian timbers, including polished silver wattle floors, celery top pine deck and oiled Tas Oak cladding; double glazing or UV glass throughout, an outdoor shower and a moveable bath on the deck; and internal wall and ceiling linings of hoop-pine ply.
It's a short two minute walk to the safe and sheltered Nebraska Beach. The new bistro, art gallery and providore at The Point are within a short drive on Nebraska Road or a pleasant walk along the beach and foreshore.