“Saracen’s Head” Inn – Old Colonial Georgian design

One of the oldest surviving convict-built residences in Tasmania, the Inn was reputed to be built by convicts about 1820’s, working on the constructed Richmond Gaol in the early 1800’s. Steeped in history, this thoroughly charming old Colonial Georgian design residence originally housed a potato farmer and his family but in more recent times has been a successful bed and breakfast business, by one of its previous owners. Subject to appropriate approvals, this impressive residence could once again be utilised for providing rest and relaxation for weary travellers. Features of the home include flagstone flooring, wide skirting boards, high ceilings and a private stone high walled courtyard, lined with convict bricks, conducive to outdoor entertaining. The property is presently leased until January 2019. A new roof has been recently installed costing over $30,000. A much-admired home over many years. Private inspections by genuine buyers only. Given our obligations and courtesies to the current tenants, viewing will only be for a limited predetermined time this coming Saturday, which can be only obtained by calling the listing agent Hank Petrusma.

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7 4 2
Suburb Risdon
Address 727 East Derwent Hwy
State TAS
Price SOLD
Property Type residential
Property ID 1910
Category House
Land Area 3,228 m2
Floor Area 415 m2

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