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Expressions of Interest
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This former Administration building was an integral part of Willow Court. Designed by Tasmanian Architect, S.W.T. Blythe, Willow Court, sits behind the 19th Century gateway at the head of the Elm-lined Avenue, as the entry into 173 years of psychiatric care in Tasmania. The site originally comprising 23 buildings, dating from 1830 – 1968.
It is an Australian Heritage Council “statement of significance”.
The lower and ground floors consists of approximately 34 rooms including 2 kitchens; 2 bathrooms, 3 living areas; a 300 seat auditorium and stage.
The second floor incorporates a further 19 rooms, including a bathroom, and entry foyer at the top of the stairs.
There are several toilet areas not refurbished, some flooring to be completed, and plasterwork required throughout the auditorium ceiling and upstairs room on the North Western end and attention to plaster in other areas. (Approximately 1/3 of this building has been renovated).
Currently the property is home to 8 tenants, consisting of bed sits, shared living room spaces, kitchens and bathrooms. The rental return is $1,600.00 per week. There is also seasonal accommodation for fruit pickers in the Derwent Valley region.
Situated on a separate title (next door to Lot4) is this more modern building which has a central hub, with 6 offices around the perimeter , plus additional office/reception, kitchen, storage room, and make and female toilets.
Great light, flexible floor plan – offering varied useage, and a large, off street, car parking space.
Don’t be limited by your imagination!
Varied options – Subject to council approval.
*Retro Hotel *Art Hub *Back Packers *Youth Hostel *Affordable Living *Distillery
BOTH PROPERTIES are being sold together as EXPRESSIONS of INTEREST.
We have obtained all information in this document from sources which we believe to be reliable, however, we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations.
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