This fantastic, contemporary, waterside property located on Bellerive’s exclusive Victoria Esplanade sits proudly among some of the finest homes in Hobart, offering stunning panoramic views of Kangaroo Bay, the Hobart CBD, River Derwent, and Mount Wellington. The location here is truly unbeatable. Enjoy charming walks along the water to nearby Kangaroo Bluff Reserve, Bellerive Beach, Blundstone Arena, and the Bellerive Yacht Club. Blue Edge Property is thrilled to bring to the market this rare opportunity to secure a waterfront property in such a tightly held area.
Bellehaven is being sold fully furnished and currently operates as a premium bed and breakfast. Presenting an opportunity to continue an established and popular opportunity for a first-time investor or as a great addition to an existing portfolio.
Comprised of some 236 square metres, this expansive home offers split-level living, creating private and intimate spaces ideal for both relaxation and entertaining. Vaulted ceilings throughout provide unique spaciousness, with floor-to-ceiling windows through which to take in extraordinary water views.
Taking full advantage of the incredible views that the location has to offer, the large, covered deck is accessible from the living room, while the inclusion of a fabulous nine-metre indoor pool further establishes the luxury status of this first-class property.
A sheltered entrance gives way to the formal foyer, continuing into the generous living area which can be easily partitioned through the clever use of sliding walls. Allowing for relaxed open plan living for casual family evenings or can be zoned into a separate lounge, home office space, and dining area. This area opens into a tidy double galley kitchen complete with a walk-in pantry. Three bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a large laundry make for a spacious family home.
Under the house, there is an additional living space, kitchen, and bathroom, and a large storage area, ideal for a games room or home gymnasium.
Only a ten-minute drive from Hobart’s CBD, and within five minutes of major supermarkets & shopping centres. The newly established Derwent Ferry, cafés, restaurants, and shops of the ever-evolving Bellerive Quay are only a short stroll from home, this is absolute convenience – not to be missed.
Bellerive is a suburb of the City of Clarence, on the eastern shores of the Derwent Estuary. It stretches from Kangaroo Bay where it borders Rosny Park, around the curved shoreline of Bellerive Esplanade to Kangaroo Bluff, then down to Bellerive Beach and east to Second Bluff, where Bellerive borders Howrah. To the north, Bellerive is bordered by the small foothills of Waverly Flora Park. The area around Bellerive Quay and the boardwalk has a quaint village feel, with many historic homes and buildings- some of which date from the early nineteenth century.
Bellerive was first settled in the 1820s, and at that time known as “Kangaroo Point”, for the large numbers of Kangaroos that would be seen on the shore. Even before this time a ferryman regularly crossed the Derwent, coming ashore in the Bellerive area. Following the first settlers, the area expanded rapidly, with roads to the farming districts of Clarence Plains (Rokeby), Coal River (Richmond), and Hollow Tree (Cambridge) soon developing.
By the 1830s the name was changed to Bellerive (meaning “beautiful riverbank”) and the village had become the hub of eastern shore contact with Hobart, and several boats would cross between Bellerive and Sullivans Cove every day.