Claremont, the 1843 Launceston trophy home offering

Claremont, the 1843 Launceston trophy home offering
Claremont, the 1843 Launceston trophy home offering

Claremont, built circa 1843, is one of the prized Tasmanian residential jewels.

Located at 13 Claremont Street, Launceston, it is hidden away amongst the seclusion of the 100 year old trees.

The home, set on one and half acres of gardens, has 100 squares of living space that has retained its distinctive mid-nineteenth century features.

Since it last sold for $1,550,000 in early 2012 empty, (below) Claremont has been given roof, plumbing and wiring upgrades.

Claremont, the 1843 Launceston trophy home offering

The residence comprises seven bedrooms, three bathrooms, and three powder rooms.

Claremont, the 1843 Launceston trophy home offering

The whole upper level is a dedicated, private parent’s retreat with sunroom and views across the grounds. 

Claremont, the 1843 Launceston trophy home offering

Mark Bushby and Eric Andersen of Bushby Property Group have the offering.

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Launceston Residential Sale

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