12 Lady Clark Avenue
Claremont, Tasmania, 7011
Property Type: Commercial
10 8 42
Property Area: 1.93 Hectares
Built in 1840 ‘Claremont House’ currently trading as a registered hotel with 10 rooms available, this multi-faceted investment is approved for the following uses: residence, short stay accommodation, long-term accommodation (separate Chauffers cottage), events & functions, restaurant and also holds a 24 hour liquor license. The Chauffers Cottage in the back left corner of the 5 acre property. Capturing stunning water views, this beautiful hotel is a grand piece of Tasmanian history
After an extensive $2.6 million dollar premium quality restoration over a 10 year period, ‘Claremont House’ began trading In September 2015 opening the first three of its 10 short term accommodation rooms. The Tower Suite, Maids and Lady Clark rooms, each with their own ensuite bathrooms offer an exclusive heritage style luxury experience. In December 2017, the Darling, Bond, Convict and Servant’s rooms all opened for hire. On February 17, 2018 the final two first floor rooms opened for hire.
The Darling and Bond room within the south wing of the main house each have their own private ensuite bathrooms with views over Mount Wellington. The Convict and Servant’s rooms are located within the original servant’s residence c1840 and they share a bathroom and communal kitchenette.
Claremont House comes with an approved plan for a 20 room extension to the original home, the extension is sympathetic in design to its heritage at the rear left hand side of the property, plans are available and outlined in the Information memorandum.
Claremont House also offers a unique option for special events, previously holding extremely successful birthday parties and mother’s day events.
Until March 2018 the restaurant known as Bilton’s had leased the 60 seat restaurant on the property for a nominal figure.
The Chauffer’s Cottage in the back left corner of the 5 acre property offers an owners treat or as currently utilised, a passive income stream of $300 per week.
Claremont House holds a 1308m2 car park with dual access points including access for double-decker buses and larger vehicles.