Breadalbane rural estate, Old Marchington, listed for $2.8 million plus

Breadalbane rural estate, Old Marchington, listed for $2.8 million plus
Breadalbane rural estate, Old Marchington, listed for $2.8 million plus

A five bedroom Breadalbane rural estate has been listed with $2.8 million plus hopes.

Located at 717 Hobart Road, Old Marchington is one of Tasmania’s finest rural country estate.

Built in 1961 it sits on a 5.4 hectare overlooking lush fields and award-winning vineyards.

It was last sold in 1994 for $250,000 and again in 1986 for $197,000.

“There’s not a neighbour in sight,” says Robert Knott who, along with his wife Vicki, took a detour 23 years ago when they bought the property.

A large fountain forms the centre piece of a garden that surrounds the property.

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Originally part of the Marchington Estate it has a Baroque period design alongVersace inspired antiquities.

Inside are five bedrooms, two bathrooms, powder room, library/office and living spaces

The kitchen has black granite bench tops, splash backs and breakfast bar.

There is a separate wing with its own self-contained accommodation.

Other features includes multiple patios and decks, swimming pool, tennis court, garage and a large office/studio/workshop.

Launceston is 10 minutes away from the property.

The property is offered through Harcourts agent Jeremy Wilkinson.

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