What a rare and charming opportunity it is to present this Georgian residence, a beloved family home in the hamlet of Cleveland. It will quite literally take your breath away upon inspection -step inside and you'll be taken back to another era.This beauty has so much to offer.
Built by convict labour and completed in 1845, this iconic,Georgian coaching inn is steeped in history and is one of the last coaching Inns which is still operational in Australia.Constructed of convict brick and completed with original indentures, St Andrews Inn is a prominent example of colonial architecture in Tasmania. It boasts panoramic views of Stacks Bluff, part of Ben Lomond National Park in the
East and Western Tiers to the West.
It is currently operating as a bed and breakfast, cafe and meeting location,and vendors' residence. The property offers the following: conference room which opens onto a deck within an established garden, and is ideal for business meetings for locals commuting along the Midland Highway, dining room with servery counter which also opens onto the deck,the 'Bushrangers' Bar', and secondary dining room with fireplace ; commercial kitchen which could be easily transformed into a more classic country/family style; office space, two guest rooms with ensuites and a third bedroom with ensuite; and a common room. Two blocks of land at the rear of the property would be ideal to make your own little hobby farm with a sense of freedom and space that no city home can give.There are tasteful finishes throughout the 361(38 squares) square metre
building. This home sits on a fully fenced 1.92 ha allotment which has been divided into three paddocks, There is an established vegetable garden,lock-up double garage and storage shed, two large rainwater tanks and good bore water supply. The Inn is connected to a septic sewage system.
St Andrews Inn is approximately 50km south of Launceston on the Midland Highway and a little over 1hr and 50 minutes north of Hobart.
Opportunities are endless with this historical Tasmanian Midlands Property from growing upon or maintaining the current business model or enjoying a part of Tasmania's colonial architecture for yourself in your home sweet home.
The sale includes many Historic documents and a large amount of furnishings upon request.
Are you ready to make that change to your lifestyle? You may be thinking, 'Well, why not do it today......!
Land Size: 4.71 acres approx
Building Size: 361m2 approx
Year Built: 1845
Local Council: Northern Midlands
We have in preparing this document used our best endeavours to ensure the information is true & accurate. Prospective purchaser are advised to carry out their own investigations