Close to all the fantastic things for which the Tasman Peninsula is famous, 'The Outlook' is perfect if you're looking for a place to really chill, with expansive views and a sense of unhurried time. This 5-acre permaculture property is here to serve you as a springboard to delight and inspiration.
* Homely, relaxed feel
* Design-focused furniture
* nbn Wifi
* Wood fire
* Choose a book and snuggle
* Farm setting
Available December 2017 onwards: Perhaps cheekily described as 'Quirky Chic', 'The Outlook' has been designed to enjoy the views over Norfolk Bay and adjoining rolling farmland hills, the eclectically furnished dining room, lounge, kitchen and the deck all provide connection with the landscape. The front of the farmhouse has been architect-designed as an addition to an original vernacular 1920's farm-house of modest construction...where 'getting on with the job' was the order of the day. It's a home that's nurtured many children over the years. It's a cared-for environment but it's not an urban apartment. Some things are crooked, the joinery in the initial years is 'relaxed'. It's a place that combines generations of lifestyle, circumstances and uses and it reflects that. It's a place that asks you to guess it's (URL HIDDEN) evolving story. It's a place that encourages you to relax, slow down and to choose your level of engagement or connectedness with the outside world.
Enjoy the break from TV...Read a book from the library, play board games, enjoy a wine on the deck as you savour the view to Norfolk Bay and the rolling hills that extend to Eaglehawk Neck, walk around the property or chat around the fire or dining area table with your fellow travellers or family.
...The main bedroom with built-in wardrobes has direct access to the outside from an original rustic door. The second bedroom has morning sunlight with expansive views and no wardrobe. Stuart is away from the property at present but will include photos of these and the bathroom on his return.
Accès des voyageurs
All parts of the home and grounds are available for guests' use. In vernacular style, the laundry is attached to but separate from the heart of the residence. If you choose to, you'll be given a brief orientation to the property upon arrival (if it's daylight!) and an explanation relating to any facilities, amenities and furniture and then you'll be left in peace!
The booking price includes sleeping arrangements for 4 guests with the pull-out coffee table (the 'sofa bed') being for an additional guest.
Recently, construction has begun on a residence by the architect-builder couple at the property next-door which shares the access driveway with 'The Outlook'. The audio impact is likely to be minimal but it is a twelve month project and visual screening is yet to be established so that if you wanted the feeling of being entirely separate from civilisation, you need to be aware of this reality in your choice to stay here.
Solo travellers welcome...
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'The Outlook' is just starting as a working farm. It's been designed on Permaculture principles. Stuart is currently working interstate but the wonderful Amanda who lives locally, will be your main point of contact. She will be available by phone or text and where possible will be available to greet you. If not, the keys are accessible from a key safe attached to the house and a welcome manual with all instructions is located directly inside for you to peruse at your leisure.If you are keen to know anything about Tasman Peninsula beyond the literature provided, or wish to know more regarding permaculture concepts and principles, Stuart will very willingly answer any questions you might have and is happy to suggest much-lesser known but fantastic local rainforest walks. If he is available he will happily share local, less known walks with you if you would find that useful....Please feel to email or call Stuart beforehand if you wish to define your level of engagement before you come.
I'm inspired by and been working in North-East Arnhem Land aboriginal homeland communities throughout the Crocodile Islands as an educator for Yolngu kids and adults between 2001 - 13. I love being in nature, photography, graphic, interior and architectural design, inspiring relationships, hiking, philosophy, yoga, architecture, place-making, diverse cultures, community participation, calmness, meditation, travel, bike-riding, living simply yet abundantly and hence Permaculture and the Transition movements are close to my heart! I look forward to meeting you and making your stay memorable...