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851 IRONCLIFFE ROAD Penguin TAS 7316

  • Rural / Farming
  • 20.74 ha
  • For Sale, $1,950,000 (GST na)

Once in a Lifetime - Lifestyle - Farm - Business - All In One Rural & Lifestyle Opportunity

    Overlooking Bass Strait from the rural fringe of Penguin in the lee of the majestic Dial Ranges. This 20.74 hectare property (51.25 acres approximately) and homestead have been transformed with the addition and talented construction of 4 unique accommodation cabins in with a rustic beauty featuring Tasmanian native timbers set in fertile farmlands and offering a unique farm-stay experience that has enthralled international and domestic tourists alike..

    The star attraction of this offering other than the location, views and setting without doubt are the award winning four (4) self-contained tourism accommodation cabins "The Rustic Hut Bush Retreat" accommodation established in 2016, has the capacity to provide at the very least a more than healthy supplementary income to the farm, or if run to a higher capacity and exercising value adding hospitality options, the sky is the limit. The cabins are as follows
    COUNTRY HUT - Sleeps 4 (1 Queen and 2 singles)
    VALLEY VIEW - Sleeps 6 (1 Queen and 4 BUNKS)
    MOUNTAIN VIEW SPA HUT - Sleeps S 2 (1 Queen and corner Spa)
    FARM HUT - Sleeps 4 (1 Queen and 2 singles, Wheelchair access)
    These cabins are simply outstanding and demonstrate the care, fastidious attention to detail, and vision of the vendors. The native timbers and timberwork, along with the use of traditional farming artefacts as features throughout the cabins and guest areas creates an ambiance combining yesteryear with more modern creature comforts.
    In their short time since establishment The Rustic Huts have received numerous tourism awards for the vendors in recognition of their achievements, and the reviews of guests is second to none.
    AWARDS Regional winner in unique and innovative category 2016
    Regional winner in accommodation/bed and breakfast 2016
    Tasmanian tourism awards silver in unique accommodation 2018
    Qantas Ranked The Rustic Huts in the top 6 prettiest Farm Stays in Australia in 2019
    The sale of the property is available including the accommodation business along with all chattels and operational inventory to allow continued operation upon settlement as a going concern, along with transfer of I.P., permits and licenses in a Walk In Walk Out (W.I.W.O.) sale should a purchaser wish to propose that option. Farm livestock, implements and P&E are not included in the sale as marketed.

    The Brick Veneer home (circa 1980) features three (3) bedrooms and one family bathroom, spacious country kitchen and dining area open to family lounge and then with a large traditional games/rumpus that previously hosted pool table and bar area. The rumpus could easily be a fourth (4th) bedroom option and be divided to allow for bedroom and an ensuite for the master bedroom. The homestead has as an area of approximately 205 square metres of interior living space, not including enclosed verandahs of the homestead. The home features outstanding leisure and entertainment areas annexed to the homestead which doubles as, and includes reception areas for guests upon check in and during their farm stay, they also provide the options for further catering opportunities in an expanded operation. The vendors favourite area is the rustic outbuilding that is utilised as a private as well as guest entertainment and socialising barbecue and events area, capable of catering for moderate size and intimate functions including weddings.

    The homestead is a very spacious country residence established to capture the scenic views over farmlands of Bass Strait. During the winter and cooler months the home warmed when necessary by fan forced freestanding Saxon wood heater, the home has insulated ceilings; all bedrooms feature built in robes and the home features ample capacity for storage. Electrical was upgraded at the residence in 2016 coinciding with the establishment of the accommodation cabins.

    The property is set on gently undulating slopes with a predominantly northern aspect in the lee of the Dial Ranges which form a backdrop to the setting of the cabins, and farm pastures. The property is divided into 17 main paddocks of approximately 2 acres each, along with a series of smaller "day" paddocks complete with animal shelters established for horses, the remainder of the property site the farm infrastructure with native bush (featuring walking trails) comprising the balance and provides invaluable shelter for livestock to be fed fodder during winter months. Stock water is reticulated with options from tank and the farm bore to concrete water troughs in all paddocks.

    The property features well established infrastructure for farm and business enterprise. Workshop and farm machinery sheds are well maintained and situated for easy access, include sliding doors for security; a 15 X 9.5 X 4.5 main work shed, 5 bay general, purpose machinery and utility storage shed; additional utility shed with an area that has also served as house cow milking parlour and shearing area, but could equally be used for many areas such as a wash bay area for mountain bikes or simple undercover parking for recreational vehicles. Cattle and sheep yards adjoin the utility shed. Barns include a 300 round and 800 small square (approximate numbers) capacity storage for fodder.

    Trails lead from the property into the Dial Ranges for walkers and mountain bike or horse riding enthusiasts. Within a 10 minute stroll from the cabins through the native bushland are well-marked paths to McBrides Creek and to waterfalls. A new owner-operator may choose not to continue the farm stay experiences such as daily milking of the house cows and making your own butter and produce, however the options are endless as to the experiences and services that can be provided. The cabins are self-contained, yet facilities are in place to host guests for luncheons and/or evening meals and modify facilities according to the services you wish to provide, and the market you seek to attract.

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    Property ID2017614185
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    Last updated  6 Jun 2022
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    Floor AreaAsk Agent
    Land Area20.74 ha
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    Property ID2017614185
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    Last updated  6 Jun 2022
    153 William St Devonport TAS 7310
    Neil Colbeck
    Neil Colbeck
    Sushames Real Estate

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