Beautifully located on a secluded bush-covered acre overlooking a nature reserve teeming with wildlife, Tamar Solarhome is a luxuriously-appointed, state-of-the-art solar-powered house which is naturally comfortable in all seasons – fresh and cool throughout summer, but warm and cosy in winter – with the assistance of reverse-cycle air conditioning and the healthy ambience of an emission-free ethanol fire, plus a wood-fired pizza oven and romantic firepit on the deck outside. It's even got a huge two-person bath on the veranda which can be filled each evening with steaming-hot pure fresh Tasmanian rainwater. In fact the Solarhome has all the mod cons and appliances you'd expect of a modern home, including an abundant supply of fresh water and electricity, yet is totally emission free and self-sufficient for power, waste, and water. And the view from the veranda is an unblemished vista of whispering she-oak and flowering tea-tree, with the constantly soothing sound of the ocean in the background, plus half a dozen curious wallabies grazing on the front lawn each evening under the clearest night sky you're likely to see anywhere in the world. It's only a few minutes walk to the beach, national park walking trails, golf course, and general-store/café.