Commercial Complex Offering Many Opportunities 44 High Street, OATLANDS TAS 7120
As with many of the stunning Georgian properties in this delightful village, the original building on this site has had several transformations. The main building was constructed in 1861 as the Presbyterian Parish Hall and prior to the substantial addition of new buildings and infrastructure, it was the home of the local Boy Scout Group.
The property now offers at least 3 areas for mixed business use or the space for a significant enterprise. The Hall was converted to offices with a staff kitchen area when a building was added for the processing of wool into fine knitwear. This business expanded to a size needing packing and storage space so a huge shed (approx. 40m x 6m) was constructed at the back of the buildings in 2003.
Further expansion of the business into a show room and café meant the addition of another building which was designed and built to blend with the original Sandstone Hall. This building now boasts a commercial kitchen (with 4 new pizza ovens and a new, refrigerated cake display unit); café seating areas inside and outside in a lovely courtyard; a shop display area; and a meeting room (soundproofed).
The café building has 3 reverse cycle air conditioners, is very well insulated and has been painted throughout recently. There is an excellent parking area for cars and buses off the High Street and easy access to the large storage shed at the back. With around 3971m2 of land, there is potential for further development on site (STCA).
Oatlands is a must-see’ stop for tourists and its proximity to Hobart (around an hours drive) and Launceston (approx. an hour 15 minutes) make it an easy day trip to escape the city. It offers the residents a Hospital, District School, an IGA Supermarket, a Golf Course, Bowls Club, and much more.