A lifetime opportunity to establish your dream rural lifestyle

‘Grawood Estate’ Carrick


An exclusive ‘rural living’ zoned subdivision, currently being developed, along the banks of the picturesque Liffey River, having wonderful views of the Western Tiers, only 15 minutes to central Launceston and a short relaxing drive to schools and the shopping precincts of Prospect and Kings Meadows.

Under contract - Lots 4, 5, 7, 14. With lot sizes varying from .49 hectares up to 4.6 hectares commencing at offers over $135,000 and ranging to offers over $270,000 for the premium riverside lots, there is a lot and location to suit every requirement and every budget.

The ground comprises, in the main, gently sloping, well drained pasture with very little rock.

The historic township of Carrick is only 17 kilometres from Launceston with the Liffey River passing through the western end of town. The Liffey River was originally called the Penny Royal Creek and Carrick was first called Lyttleton. Carrick in the Meander Valley municipality is also the home of Agfest, one of Australia’s premier agricultural field days, being held nearby over the first weekend in May each year.

Most definitely a once in a lifetime opportunity to establish your dream rural lifestyle, keep a pony, horses, free range hens, you may prefer to relax on the bank of the Liffey and catch a Tasmanian wild brown trout or just live in a beautiful part of Tasmania, on the doorstep of Launceston and all it has to offer.

Tasbuilt Homes have already been contracted to build a new country home on Lot 15. If you are interested in building your new home on one of these generous country allotments contact Tasbuilt Homes today to speak to one of our consultants. You can use one of our standard country style home designs or we can work with you to develop a design of your own

  • Lots starting from offers over $135,000.00
  • Grawood Estate is located at 54 Bishopsbourne Road, Carrick
  • Contact Roberts Real Estate if you are interested in securing your lifestyle block.


Subscribe to our Tasbuilt Talker Newsletter