On a flat, fully fenced block sits this 3-bedroom home. All 3 bedrooms are generous in size and complemented with Built-In Robes. The bathroom will suit your growing family with a separate walk-in shower and bath and the Toilet separate again. Open plan living areas with a study nook all warmed by a heatpump. Applicants please note: The woodheater is still in place but is not currently in working order - The heatpump is the main heat source for the property.
There is a carport for off street parking and a garden shed to store your lawn mower and tools.
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Not from Tassie? Here is a little bit about Rosebery:
Rosebery is a town on the west coast of Tasmania, Australia. It is at the northern end of the West Coast Range, in the shadow of Mount Black and adjacent to the Pieman River now Lake Pieman.
It lies on the Murchison Highway, 25 kilometers north-east of Zeehan at the 2016 census, Rosebery had a population of 708.
Like most of the other settlements on the west coast of Tasmania, Rosebery is a mining town. In 1893, prospector Tom McDonald discovered gold in alluvial wash, along with boulders of zinc-lead sulphide in dense rainforest on the slopes of Mount Black. McDonald pegged several claims in the name of the Rosebery Prospecting Association (named after Lord Rosebery), which later became the Rosebery Gold Mining Company. The South Rosebery Mining Company was formed soon after to mine the southern continuation of the orebody. The main mineral found in the orebody was zinc, but due to the lack of a technique to successfully extract the zinc from the ore, little could be done to exploit the orebody. Currently the mine is producing zinc, lead, copper, silver and gold.