44 High Street, OATLANDS TAS 7120
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- 10 Jan 2017
WHISKY, GIN OR VODKA?
Perfectly suited to a distillery operation, this multiple use commercial property is steeped in history. It has a High Street location in the Georgian heritage town of Oatlands in the midlands of Tasmania. This property has been beautifully modified and used as the manufacturing and retail location for the iconic Casaveen Knitwear Company. It is now offered with vacant possession.
Improvements on the property consist of three substantial buildings including a Georgian sandstone hall, a more recently constructed high quality cafe/ retail building at the entrance to the property and a large secure colourbond shed at the rear of the property. The cafe and retail building includes a commercial kitchen, cafe with a landscaped sheltered courtyard, meeting room and associated disabled, ladies and mens facilities.
There is ample off street parking for both cars and buses at the front of the property with easy vehicular access to the rear of the property. All buildings are in excellent condition and have been maintained to a very high standard. There is scope for additional development on the property (STCA).
The possibilities for such a property are endless with Tasmania's expanding tourism industry focused around high quality product and experiences. This property is ideal for a food or beverage operation wishing to manufacture and showcase its product.
Tasmania is experiencing significant world-wide recognition for its high quality whisky industry having been given a further boost in the last Federal Budget. With large manufacturing area, high quality showroom and ready made bond store, this property is a perfect fit for a distillery. Its location in this historic stage coach town of Oatlands would make an ideal and logical extension to the whisky 'trail' with Nant distillery at Bothwell, Redlands and Belgrove distilleries at Kempton and the Shene distillery at Pontville.
The large historic sandstone building, originally the Presbyterian Hall, built in 1861, has a ceiling height of 4.2 meters, suitable for distillation equipment. Alterations would allow for taller installations with the peak of the hall reaching approx. 6.2 metres.
A major marketing advantage of Oatlands is the recently restored Callington Mill, the only working example of its type in the Southern Hemisphere. It should be possible to have local barley turned into grist ready for distillation.
This property with its sound proof meeting or conference room, well set out showroom, 3 heat pumps and full insulation, solid concrete floors in the manufacturing area and 270 square meter storage in the rear colourbond shed, also makes it ideal for a centrally located agribusiness.
The caf/showroom area was also designed to be easily converted into an elegant home. This versatile property is also available for lease.
• Air Conditioning
• Close to Schools
• Close to Shops
• Close to Transport
• Security Alarm
• Secure Parking
• Industrial kitchen
• Property type: House
1 Bligh street, SydneyGrade A
Building AmenitiesAvg. rent (net):$800 - $1000Avg. outgoings:$162Vacancy rate:13.5%Data from Colliers Edge.For information click hereMajor TenantsNabers energyAdditional information
44 High Street OATLANDS