Heritage-listed country home The Grange in Tasmania's Campbell Town listed

Heritage-listed country home The Grange in Tasmania's Campbell Town listed
Heritage-listed country home The Grange in Tasmania's Campbell Town listed

An iconic Victorian manor in Tasmania, part of which is primarily used now as a meeting and function centre, is on the market.

The Grange, in its modern form, opened in 2007 and provides six conference rooms for up to 150 delegates.

It offers a full range of catering from its commercial kitchen to indoor and outdoor courtyards with a cafe, barbecue and dining options.

The venue is fully licensed and it has a large range of clientele, including government, business and community groups.

The property contains three titles, with a land area of 2.7881 ha, including 1.32 ha of vacant residential land.

Heritage-listed country home The Grange in Tasmania's Campbell Town listed

The house was built in 1847. It is a Victorian rustic Gothic manor and a heritage-listed property with a fascinating history of occupation.

The Grange was built for Dr William Valentine, was one of Campbell Town’s most active early citizens, in 1947. 

He established Turkish baths, acted as Lay Preacher at the Anglican Church, was instrumental in the construction of St Luke’s Sunday school, set up a reading room and library and built two pipe organs himself, according to www.campbelltowntasmania.com.

Although currently an owner’s residence, the property has the potential to be converted into a bed and breakfast place with a licensed restaurant, which was its previous use prior to 2007.

“From its beautiful glass conservatory with its fruit-laden grapevine to the grand dining room, The Grange is certain to delight and impress,” says the property’s description on www.realestate.com.au

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