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Sunday 22 January 2023

How would you like to buy an entire village in Tasmania?

How would you like to own an entire township in rural Tasmania?

The Tarraleah estate includes a lodge that has been used for luxury accommodation, a pub, cafe, cottages, accommodation blocks and more.

The estate sits on 147 hectares with six titles, town water supply, dam, electricity, sewerage, telecommunications infrastructure and road networks - but it is 40 minutes from the nearest supermarket, which might scare off some potential purchasers.

The estate lake is brimming with stocked brown trout should you fancy fly fishing, kayaking, or other water sports.

There are also 71 potential home sites close to the lake.

The established buildings onsite include:

• The award-winning Lodge at Tarraleah: featuring luxury accommodation with nine suites, dining room, library, bar, and wood fireplace dating back to the 1930s. 

• The Edge Restaurant and Function Centre: a two-storey award-winning designed building for 100 guests overlooking the Nive River Valley and featuring a whisky and wine cellar.

• The Gate House: previously operated as a sauna, spa, massage rooms and gymnasium.

• The Blue House: a new five-bedroom home.

• The Great Hall: function centre for 150 guests with three en-suite accomodation rooms, an apartment and squash court.

• The Church and Conference Centre for functions.

• The Scholars House: a school conversion into 11 studio accommodation rooms with communal lounge and kitchen.

• The Highlander Restaurant and Atrium, a pub complete with beer garden, wood fires, with and large commercial kitchen.

• Teez Café, with internal seating and external patio seating for 50.

• A reception building with retail shop and art gallery, with offices and commercial laundry facilities.

• Office with staff accommodation with seven bedrooms and communal lounge.

• A community of 18 renovated cottages each with their own garden.

• Two lakeside villas and four Highlander cabins adjacent to the lake.

• The Highland Caravan Park with 32 powered sites, amenities block and two studio rooms.

• The Pavilion, a converted self-contained one bedroom apartment.

The property is adjacent to the nine-hole Tarraleah Golf Course.

It all sounds idyllic, but remember the closest supermarket is 40 minutes away from this former Hydro settlement, so you'll need to make sure you didn't forget anything when you go shopping.

The Tasmanian capital of Hobart is around a two-hour drive away.  

The price is expected to be over $12 million, should you be tempted.

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