In 1878 she was described as a “Handsome wooden building “ built for the Good Templar’s Lodge.
A conversion in 1913 saw her become a Presbyterian Church and later a Scout Hall.
The 21st Century saw an inspired conversion to a home.
Respect was given to her age and original features as the conversion took place.
NZ Kauri pine dado flows through the home as do the original polished floorboards.
The stage which has weathered over 100 years of performances is perhaps the heart of the home.
It is a great relaxing or dining space which opens out to the courtyard.
Stairs lead from the stage to the Mezzanine lounge area which overlooks the foyer.
Obviously the extensive conversion approximately 15 years ago included new wiring, plumbing, new kitchen and bathroom as well as a heatpump.
Steeped in history, is she ready for another conversion ?
Tourists hungry for a taste of the history of Hobart Town would flock to her as an Airbnb
( subject to a permit from Hobart City Council )
Rental Apprasial $600-$620 per week.
Or she can continue her journey as a home in a highly sort after, convenient location.
She has been home to families, young professional couples and groups of students.
Stroll to the iconic Jackman and McCross Bakery on the corner. The Kmart complex and various schools are within walking distance. Buses leave every 10 minutes to the city and Glenorchy.
People often walk past and ask to have a peep inside .
Now is your opportunity to step back into the 1800s for an artistic experience.
– 1878 built
– 21st C conversion
– Inspired family home
– Original features
– Polished floors
– Flexible floorplan
– Spa bathroom
– Eat dinner on the stage
– Mezzanine lounge area overlooks foyer
– Buses to city