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Inside ‘The Point’: This spectacular beachside home has been viewed 15,000 times – and it’s...

Inside ‘The Point’: This spectacular beachside home has been viewed 15,000 times – and it’s easy to see why the moment you step through the doors

A stunning seaside home has sweeping sea views, stone walls and high ceilings with exposed timber beams
Since hitting the market last week, the Tasmanian home has racked up 14,600 views on realestate.com.au
Real estate agent Justin Wiggins said ‘The Point’ in Lulworth has been his busiest listing in 16 years
The home features picturesque ocean views across the Bass Strait, a cosy fire place and open-plan living

By Louise Allingham For Daily Mail Australia
Published: 02:27 GMT, 8 December 2021 | Updated: 02:34 GMT, 8 December 2021

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A spectacular seafront home has attracted endless attention since hitting the market with its uninterrupted ocean views and stunning stone and black wood exterior.
Since it was listed, the magnificent property named ‘The Point’ on Tasmania’s north coast has been viewed by almost 15,000 people online.
Sitting on a huge 2,325sqm beachfront property, the home is located in Lulworth, less than an hour’s drive north from Launceston, and features four bedroom, two bathrooms and sea views across the Bass Strait from every room.  

Since it was listed on realestate.com.au just a few days ago, the magnificent property named ‘The Point’ on Tasmania’s north coast has been viewed by almost 15,000 people

Sitting on a huge 2,32sqm beachfront property, the home is located in Lulworth, less than an hour’s drive north from Launceston, and features uninterrupted ocean views and stunning stone and black wood exterior, and exposed cathedral beams

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Agent Justin Wiggins told realestate.com.au that ‘The Point’ has been his busiest listing in 16 years and he is being flooded with emails from interested buyers.     
‘The level of inquiry has been off the Richter scale. I had to ask a colleague for help in answering all of the emails’ he said. 

‘All of the Tasmanian property market is crazy busy at present, but No.69 Seascape Drive is above and beyond that.’  

With rock and wood textures, cobbled footpaths and quaint little blue front door, the home’s exterior modern-meets-traditional style is reminiscent of English stone coastal cottages

Inside, there are high ceilings with exposed timber beams, rustic wooden floors, and expansive windows that open up and let sunlight stream in

With rock and wood textures, cobbled footpaths and quaint little blue front door, the home’s exterior modern-meets-traditional style is reminiscent of English stone coastal cottages. 

Outside is perfect for outdoor entertaining with a spacious alfresco area and fire pit. 
Inside, there are high ceilings with exposed timber beams, rustic wooden floors, and expansive windows that open up and let sunlight stream in.   

Located in a quiet coastal suburb, the home is just a moments’ walk to the beach and is perfect for outdoor entertaining with a spacious alfresco area and fire pit

Sitting upstairs on its own floor, the roomy main bedroom is a private retreat and has an ensuite with a luxurious bath tub as well as a window balcony that looks out to the picturesque scenery

The spacious, open-plan living, dining and kitchen area features a cosy fireplace, beachy-chic wood paneling,  stylish storage cupboards and high-end appliances.  
Sitting upstairs on its own floor, the roomy main bedroom is a private retreat and has an ensuite with a luxurious bath tub as well as a window balcony that looks out to the picturesque scenery.  
Other features include a deluxe downstairs bathroom, solar panels, huge shed and enough space to park five cars. 

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The four-bedroom, two-bathroom property boasts stunning sea views from every room in the house

Other features include a deluxe downstairs bathroom, solar panels, huge shed and enough space to park five cars

Located in a quiet coastal suburb, the home is just a moments’ walk to the beach and close to some of Tasmania’s award winning wineries. 
The seafront property will be sold by expressions of interest closing on the 17th of December. 
Those who aren’t looking to get themselves on the property market but want to stay at the incredible coastal retreat, can rent out ‘The Point’ on AirBnb for $940 per night.  

To book a holiday at ‘The Point’ head to AirBnb’s website.  

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