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Huntingfield is a suburb of the greater Hobart area, capital of Tasmania, Australia. It is just south of Kingston. The area is fairly new, with most homes being less than ten years old. Vodafone's Tasmanian call centre is located in Huntingfield, as is Tarremah Steiner School and Kingborough Family Church. McDougalls Power Equipment, the states largest Husqvarna dealer, is also located here.
Huntingfield was from its inception designated a better place to live in the glossy brochures released in the late 80's. The premise of the suburb was a "garden concept" with upmarket appeal and all homes where to be of different material so as not to create the "lots of boxes stacked next to or on top of each other effect". with beauty and road design that worked in with the slightly undulating and sloping gardens, Huntingfield is commonly referred to as one of the most beautiful looking suburbs planned.
With only about 200 houses in the Suburb of Huntingfield (postcode 7055) a fair amount of the residents at least know each other.
Water views of North West Bay, Peter Murrell Reserve, Upper Kingston (Redwood over a bushland valley) and Mt Wellington and farm paddocks close by surround Huntingfield's resident’s panoramic views.
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