Claremont House trophy home priced at $4.5 million

Claremont House trophy home priced at $4.5 million
Claremont House trophy home priced at $4.5 million

Claremont House, an original home in Claremont, Tasmania currently trading as a registered hotel has hit the market with a price guide of around $4.5 million. 

Cam Rogers of Nest Property Hobart and Farzin Hesari of Link Business have the listing. 

After a $2.6 million restoration over a 10 year period, Claremont House at 12 Lady Clark Avenue began trading in 2015 with the first three of its 10 accommodation rooms, The Tower Suite, Maids and Lady Clark rooms. 

The Darling, Bond, Convict and Servant's rooms opened in 2017, while the final two first floor rooms opened for hire in 2018. 

The Darling and Bond room within the south wing of the main house feature private ensuite bathrooms and views over Mount Wellington.

The Convict and Servant's rooms located within the c1840 servant's residence share a bathroom and communal kitchenette.

Claremont House trophy home priced at .5 million

Claremont House comes with an approved plan for a 20 room extension to the original home for the uses of residence, short stay accommodation, long term accommodation, events and functions as well as restaurant with 24 hour liquor license.

The restaurant known as Bilton's had leased the 60 seat restaurant on the property until March 2018. 

Claremont House trophy home priced at .5 million

Set on five acres, the Chauffeur's Cottage in the back left corner is currently utilised with a passive income of $300 per week.

Claremont House holds a 1308 square metre car park with dual access points including access for double-decker buses and larger vehicles. 

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