Set on the picturesque East Coast this grand colonial homestead has been lovingly restored and renovated to the highest standard.
Whether you're looking for an idyllic lifestyle, with the inclusion of an excellent income, or to just enjoy this magnificent property yourself, the options really are endless.
The prudent investor could easily grow the business, which currently includes various forms of overnight accommodation, long term rental accommodation, and storage facilities.
The current return is approx. 7% (after online portal commissions are subtracted), and this is achieved by working the business part time only allowing plenty of time to enjoy a wonderful lifestyle both at and away from the homestead.
Located just 5 minutes north of the township of Swansea, and within minutes of several of Tasmania's best wineries, what more could one ask for?
• Belmont Homestead - main house c1892;
• Magnificent in ground pool & hot tub area;
• Three self-contained accommodation options;
• Original shearers quarters (externally renovated) with excellent visibility to the Tasman Highway;
• Separate three bedroom brick house currently utilised as a longer term rental property - potential to subdivide STCA;
• Multiple garages, sheds and outbuildings;
• Rain water tanks, drinkable bore water + water rights to 10 mega litres pa through the Irrigation Scheme;
• Situated on 5.83 hectares of fertile land bordered by the Wye River.
For further information on the business side of the property, or to request a detailed information pack, please call or email me anytime.
Contact me today to arrange your private inspection time.
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