Property Summary

Beds: 1 Baths: 2

Property Description

The Conservatory has been a Tasmanian landmark, not only for its imposing modern classicism style of architecture but also for having been the site of the highly successful award-winning ‘Tasmanian Food and Wine Conservatory’. The property is now ready for the next visionary entrepreneur, hospitality professional or person seeking an adventurous directional change in life, to potentially re-create the space, perhaps into an art space, antique centre, distillery or successful hospitality venture. The possibilities are endless and only limited by your imagination.

The interior of the Conservatory is extraordinary – with soaring ceilings, parquetry flooring, chandeliers and tall windows. The property has a large bar area, an operational commercial kitchen with gas oven, dishwasher, extensive stainless steel preparation bench space, walk-in cool room, dry storeroom and has seating capacity for 100 guests. There are 3 toilets, a garden bar housed in an old school bus as well as extensive car parking.

The 8.30ha (22 acres) property comprises established gardens with mature trees, open lawn areas, and native bushland. There is abundant space to expand the property with a residence or accommodation units (STCA).

The Conservatory is strategically positioned off the Bass Highway – Tasmania’s major link between Devonport and Launceston and more importantly, is exposed to 3.7m vehicles travelling annually between the two cities. Located only 20km from Devonport in Tasmania’s North West, an area historically, culturally and environmentally rich and diverse. The region is known for its pristine beaches, rivers, mountains, regional galleries, antique emporiums and retail stores. The area is also home to the passenger ferries – The Spirit of Tasmania 1 and 2 – and the third largest airport linking tourists travelling from the mainland to Tasmania.

The Conservatory in Sassafras is a rare opportunity for a visionary entrepreneur to develop an extraordinary landmark property into something truly unique – art gallery, antique centre, wedding venue, distillery, brewery, cellar door, hospitality or tourism based venture. The possibilities are endless and only limited by your imagination.

For further information or to arrange a private inspection please contact Dominic Romeo on 0438 500 277 or email