Bendigo B&B Langley Hall listed for sale

Bendigo B&B Langley Hall listed for sale
Bendigo B&B Langley Hall listed for sale

Langley Hall, one of Bendigo's most historic residences, has been listed for sale.

It has been operating as a B&B, fetching between $175 and $200 a night for a room.

The Edwardian landmark in White Hills was built in the early 1900s for Henry Langley, the first Anglican Bishop of Bendigo.

The mansion and its collective buildings comprise over 1,200 square metres, including a grand manor and chapel.

There are 15 bedrooms. In World War I the large living and dining areas were used as medical residential accomodation and the hall was a recuperation centre for returned soldiers.

The 9045 square metre grounds have been restored to maintain the vision of architects William Vahland and John Beebe.

Vahland is regarded as being the principal 19th century architect in Bendigo.

Castran Real Estate father and son agents John and Lachlan Castran seek offers by July 25.

Langley Hall last traded for $1.61 million in 2010.

It has been operating as a B&B, fetching between $175 and $200 a night for a room.

Langley Hall, built in 1903 by the Anglican Church, is expected to sell for about $3 million with scope for a commercial redevelopment or residential subdivision.

The 484-488 Napier Street premises have been listed by Anthony Gurry.

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