Freehold & Business - The Fox & Hounds Knight Frank are privileged to offer for sale this extraordinary property which is located in a most magnificent waterside location only one minute’s drive from Tasmania’s No1 tourist attraction—the Port Arthur Historic Site.
Port Arthur has been a tourist destination for well over a century and in 2014/15 recorded its largest ever visitation since opening to the public with 272,653 day and 34,097 evening visitors.
In April 2015 at the annual Australia Tourism Awards the Port Authur Historic Site won the award for the best tourist attraction in Australia.
Port Arthur Villas - Tourism Award Winner This highly attractive complex includes a large residence, reception and laundry building, 9 four star units in 3 separate blocks, tractor shed, barbecue shelter and surplus development land all set amongst beautiful landscaped gardens and lawn on 1.2 hectares.
The self contained villas are located opposite the Port Arthur Historic Site, approx 1.5 hours drive south-east of Hobart.
Port Arthur is an Australian icon which attracts over 250,000 visitors a year.
The property was built from 1987 to 1989 and is in top class condition. In 2006 over $100,000 was spent on a major refurbishme...
This excellent freehold motel is on offer for sale as a going concern, and the content of the cottages and studios is offered on walk-in walk-out basis. The current owners will train an incoming owner before fully retiring. This property is priced to sell at well below value, and the vendors are keen to retire. Contact us to organise an inspection to appreciate truly what this property and location have to offer.
This solid brick motel is situated on three adjacent titles totalling 2937 sqm. The first title has two attached studio apartments, a large shed and two sma...
Peninsula Shellfish Price reduction $590000 + stock at valuation
This enterprise is offered for sale on a walk-in walk-out basis plus stock at valuation.
The farm has two leases with a total area of some 21ha situated in Little Norfolk Bay and Garfish Bay, both with subtidal and intertidal water, and a 1.6ha freehold land base adjacent to the Little Norfolk Bay lease.
Garfish Bay is 16ha with 1.5kms of racking, 1km of long lines and 13 anchors for seed boxes. This lease is due for renewal in 2027 and there is ample room for increased production.
Little Norfolk Bay is 4.7ha with 3kms of racks and 12 anchors f...