Lew and Pam Bretz offer for sale their two
houses, restaurant and allied buildings at 824-5 Elephant Pass Road,
St Marys, for $940,000 plus SAV, sale subject to the
following two provisos::
restaurant to remain under management of the current Lessee
until 1 January 2021, with rent paid to the New Owner as at
vendors may require up to three months storage space in the
'bush shack' (825 Elephant Pass Road) while moving into another
Vacant possession will apply to the main property and its houses
(824 Elephant Pass Road) on settlement date.
Residing at Mount Elephant:
houses have kitchens, dining areas, bathrooms --each with its own
bath-- and two bedrooms. The larger home has a laundry and a large
entertainment area with panoramic views of the Douglas Apsley
hinterland and ocean beyond. The front entrance, kitchen and
bedrooms all have wide-ranging views. The effect is one of being
“open to nature” without others intruding on your domestic space.
When owners are away, having a restaurant at front being open every
day is an excellent security feature. So Mount Elephant is not just
a great place to live, but an easy place to leave for travel
interstate or overseas without the usual uneasiness about being
Tourist influx is a constant occurrence in Peak Season, between
Christmas and Easter, when over two-thirds of visits occur. But even
then, the owners-in-residence will most often hardly hear the
business operating at front. For the rest of the year, little
activity is noticeable by anyone living "on site."
In and around Elephant Pass…
You'll meet most daily needs--groceries, post, banking,
pub with bottle shop etc--in St Marys, just 8 km away. A television
antenna and satellite dish enable you to stay in touch with others
via the Internet, Skype, Austar etc.
Ten minutes from Elephant Pass is unspoiled Little Beach, several
kilometres in length. Few visitors are there except in summer. Four
Mile Beach is nearby, and a fifteen minute drive in other direction
takes you to the picturesque coastal village of Bicheno.
LAUNCESTON is 90 minutes from Elephant Pass, is convenient
for "power shopping" at Myer, Bunnings, Dan Murphy’s,
Woolworths/Coles, K-Mart, etc.
For more on Launceston, follow THIS link.
HOBART is 2.5 hours south of
Elephant Pass, via spectacular coastal scenery-- including
breathtaking Freycinet Peninsula and the heritage town of Swansea,
displaying some of the finest continually occupied colonial
buildings in the country.
Hobart is itself a major tourist hot-spot, with capitol city
amenities including a fine university. the largest open-air market
in Australia (Salamanca Place), excellent museums (like the
world-renowned MONA) and regular arts events that “mainlanders” fly
over to enjoy.
For more on Hobart, follow THIS link.