Looking at a proprty right next to the river

I've seen negatives, and positives. I don't exactly live in a fantastic area in Sydney either, but I could pretty much pay off my mortgage and retire, with views over the Tamar, walk 50 yards, and simply fish. We would be retired, living off our super as much as possible, but in the meantime, I have an opportunity to make a fair bit working in India for 12 months. How easy is it to rent out, so that when I get back, I can finally relax. Good that it isn't that far from Launceston, as most of my family live in Melbourne. Is it really that bad, as we were looking at St.Helens, but it it so far from hospitals, etc ?
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Homely Q&A Apr 06, 2016
Hi, LanceW have you read the suburb and street reviews on our website?
www.homely.com.au/george-town-george-town-tasmania

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"George Town is located in a beautiful area about 40 minutes drive from Launceston. Prices for houses and land here is still extremely cheap compared to what you would have to pay anywhere else in Australia. The town has everything you would need to live very comfortably and happily - of course you have woolies, IGA, chemists, mechanics, restaurants etc. etc., there's a hospital, schools, library, indoor sports centre, a Peppers Resort, great seafood, and a great public swimming pool. Annual festivals such as the arts and music festival brings a little bit of excitement in the area. Wineries and beaches are all very close by to enjoy. With brand new George Town Council offices being built, and economic development plans in the pipeline, this town is like a dark horse that could very well bolt ahead in the not too distant future."

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