THE owners of Pelican Sands have changed tack after their Scamander resort failed to sell.
Initially, the beachfront property, containing 14 holiday units, was offered as one package.
Now owners Maureen and Graeme Gill are selling the resort, which is spread over eight land titles, in separate parts.
“We were disappointed because when you make up your mind to achieve a certain outcome that’s what you aim for,” Mrs Gill said.
Selling the site in different packages made it a more attractive offer, she said.
One parcel includes six units combined with a manager’s residence, pool and 30 seat restaurant.
Mrs Gill said it would suit a restaurateur keen to move in and capitalise on Tasmania’s fresh produce.
Two beach units are also up for sale for $295,000, while a five-studio unit lot recently went for the same amount.
The Gills plan to focus on other land redevelopments in the South and will move into semi-retirement when the property is sold.
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