Opportunity is here….Investors take note!!! 35 Gilbert Street, LATROBE TAS 7307
Erica Cottage (circa 1890) is located on the main street of the historic town of Latrobe and presents full of character and charm.
You enter the property from the side through a gate in high, old stone wall, and meander down the flower lined path to the traditional covered entrance, where a gentle ramp to enable easy access for wheelchairs/mountain bikes or people with mobility difficulties. The Baltic pine lined living/dining area has local slate floor, a cosy wood heater and inviting views of the beautiful established cottage garden through the floor to ceiling glass windows and sliding doors.
The central hallway of this heritage home has high ceilings and attractive light fittings that have the feel of yesteryear. As you make your way down the carpeted hallway you will find three spacious rooms and a main wheelchair friendly bathroom. There is an additional shower and toilet located off one of the front rooms.
The property is fully fenced with the single car garage located at the rear of the property with access via a laneway. The residence has most recently been used as consulting rooms and would require a small amount of handyman work to convert back to being a fully functional home.
Investors take note: Erica Cottage would be the perfect place for a Bed and Breakfast (STCA) as it is located just over 8 km from the Spirit of Tasmania Dock in Devonport via the new River Road cycleway and just 10 km from Devonport airport. Latrobe and the surrounding north west municipalities are fast becoming a mecca for mountain biking with the world renowned Wild Mersey mountain bike trails less than 5km away. There are also Kelcey Tier mountain bike trails and the Penguin mountain bike park only a short drive away.
However if dropping a line is on the cards, you are only a short walk from the Mersey River fisherman’s access points to catch that trophy trout.
For the not so adventurous, Erica Cottage is an easy stroll to hip cafes, eateries, pubs and renowned giftware shops. As you stroll up the main street keep your eye out as you pass over the creek for one of Latrobe’s local platypus or enjoy a day trip to Cradle Mountain, Gunns Plains, Mole Creek and many other local attractions and towns.
The sale of Erica Cottage offers the new owners a rare opportunity to become part of a long and interesting history of this building.
If you would like to inspect the property please send your enquiry to Adam Kable.
We have obtained all information in this document from sources we believe to be reliable however, we cannot guarantee its accuracy. Prospective purchasers are advised to carry out their own investigations.