Tranquilly located on 5 acres of rolling pasture and forest that plunge into the sea, just 30 minutes scenic drive from Hobart.
Enjoy unsurpassed views of the D'Entrecasteaux Channel, Bruny Island, Little Oyster Cove and the Tasmanian coastline.
Fringed with forest and walk trails along the water's edge, there are many vantage points on the property to view the abundant wildlife and native flora.
Fish, sail or launch a kayak into the Cove; cycle quiet country trails; cruise to Bruny for marine adventures or drive the gourmet food and wine trail in the Huon.
The two bedroom wooden cottage is secluded and offers an ideal retreat for one or two couples. A heat pump provides warmth throughout; and if you aren't feasting your eyes on the view, a fully equipped kitchen allows you to feast on sumptuous food sourced in the region.
Watch, explore and savour
Kettering is a fishing and ferry port offering premier access point to one of the world’s finest waterways. It is home to a wide range of pleasure craft and fishing boats from which you can enjoy the spectacular coastline.
Kettering is surrounded by reserves and natural attractions including Snug Falls, Coningham Beach, Trial Bay, Kettering Point and the Manuka Road Hills. It is an ideal base if you are planning to visit Bruny Island. There you can enjoy marine adventures, surf, white sandy beaches and clifftop walks.
Kettering village offers several dining establishments including its very own chocolatier. The Oyster Cove Inn is an excellent place to sit on the deck with a drink and watch the boats dock into the marina with their days catch. One of Tasmania's finest restaurants can be found around the bend at Peppermint Bay, alternately drive over Woodbridge Hill on the world-renowned Huon Trail for wine and fresh produce to create a gourmet feast.