Tasmania's Arthur River - Australia's most clicked holiday home for sale

Tasmania's Arthur River - Australia's most clicked holiday home for sale
Tasmania's Arthur River - Australia's most clicked holiday home for sale

The most popular holiday home For Sale search on realestateview.com.au over recent weeks has been a Tasmanian coastal property.

18 Airey Drive, Arthur River, Tasmania, is located only minutes from Tasmania's untamed west coast waves. It is for sale at $165,000, a small shack on a big vacant block.

According to listing agent Betty Kay from Betty Kay Realty, it can get 'a little rough' despite its reputation as a fishing hot spot as well.

The shack offering comes a little rough too.

"The three bedroom shack is in need of some renovation work but if you want a true shack - and not a house - then this could be your ideal holiday location," she said.

"There's gas cooking, hot water, wood heating and a new 26000 lltre water tank.

"Rarely does a cheaper property come on the market, with a short walk to access the wonderful pristine beaches of the West Coast.

"There is only one block of vacant land for sale in the area, and no more land to be sold as it is held by Crown Lands," Mrs Kay said.

"People come to surf the remote and legendary Southern Ocean waves at Marrawah, to get close up with rare wildlife and to explore Arthur River and the Tarkine - Tasmania's largest protected wilderness area.

"If you are a handy man you can turn this into a comfortable holiday home with its large block of 1057m² and great location."

Its most clicked status was revealed in a list issued by the realesateview.com.au website to coincide with a marketing campaign on how the site listings attract buyer bites.

Tasmania's Arthur River - Australia's most clicked holiday home for sale

There's so little property activity that RP Data hasn't been able to track any median house price movement for years.  

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