Does having a 13-acre property on the St Patricks River, with two residences, one built in 1880 with a history of being a stagecoach stop, school, post office, and a general store resonate with you? How about a second residence, a huge shed, some excellent pasture and little bit of bush as well sound to you? Along with the genuine feeling of country living, you are only 20 minutes drive from Launceston. Built in 1880, the main home is in great condition and at over 260 square meters in size with 3 living areas, two bathrooms, 3 toilets it is a sensational family experience or for the buyer looking to add an income, the B & B opportunity jumps out at you. Throw in the second dwelling and the mainland visitors with a penchant for trout fishing and once again that extra income stream comes to mind yet again. We have a cosy undercover area at the rear of the main residence for your relaxing times and watch the lambs in the nearby paddock. The property is divided into several paddocks whilst it's only a 5-minute walk down to your own trout friendly St Patricks river frontage. This property is a rare opportunity to not only appreciate Tasmania's rich history but play a role in its ongoing heritage.
Land Size:5.128 hectres approx
Building Size: 260m2 approx
Year Built: 1880
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