Named The Leather Bottell Inn after a hotel in Cobham, England which was a popular watering hole for novelist Charles Dickens, this inn dates back to the 1830's and is thought to be the oldest building in Perth. Over the years this property has been transformed from an Inn, Post Office, a private boarding house (originally two storeys), private residence, restaurant, antique store and now back to a residence. Withstanding all this time this one is sure to have many interesting stories - if only these (some 60cm thick) walls could talk!
Built from bluestone and rendered brick this property has been lovingly renovated yet retains the original features and character of the home. The functional and easy to use kitchen offers high quality appliances, island bench and large amount of storage and cupboard space with a walk-in pantry. The living room offers a cosy and welcoming ambiance with a new wood heater, complimented with a heat pump and lush new carpet. Both bedrooms offer plenty of space and storage options with open fires. With a bar, perfect for entertaining at the front of the home which can be easily converted to a third bedroom. The bathroom, includes laundry area, and is beautifully sunny and recently updated.
Further additions include a two-car carport, garden shed and electric gates. What an opportunity to purchase your own piece of Tasmanian history!
- 2/3 bedroom historic character home
- Popular location, only a stone throw to the local Perth Primary School and local shops
- 15 minutes to Launceston CBD and 8 minutes to the airport
- Beautifully renovated yet retaining the charm of the original home
Municipality: Northern Midlands
Water Rates: $1,000.00 pa approx
Council Rates: $1,167.00 pa approx
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