• Bothwell
  • House
8 Patrick Street
  • 5 Beds
  • 4 Baths
  • 3 Cars
$ 1,200,000
Step back in time in this exquisite Georgian residence showcasing stunning original stonework, a Huon Pine country kitchen, coach house, and potential for dual living, all positioned on a private 3,306m2 corner block in the heart of town.

Built by Edward Bowden in 1830 during the early settlement period in Bothwell, the architecture of the home allows you to immerse yourself into the charm of yesteryear with features such as a bull nosed verandah, dormer windows, high ceilings, elegant Georgian and Regency fire surrounds, and well detailed stone with quoins around the windows and corners.

Numerous living areas such as the reception room, eat-in kitchen, conservatory with French doors leading to the garden, home office, dining room, and an informal living space, ensures that there is always room to entertain while the five bedrooms easily accommodate larger families or offers the potential for dual living or Airbnb.

The kitchen is the heart of the home bringing a sense of warmth and character with a view of the garden, walk-in pantry, built in cabinets to the ceiling, electric oven, wood stove, induction cooktop, Belfast sink, and space for a dining table. Many happy memories will be made here with family and friends.

Set on over three quarters of an acre, you can step outside and relax amongst the quiet serenity of established gardens abundant with native and deciduous trees, flower beds, herb and kitchen gardens, and perennials in the fully fenced private yard.

Listed on the Tasmanian Heritage Register, the Heritage Council states that in relation to the significance, 'This building is of historic heritage significance because of its ability to demonstrate the principal characteristics of an early nineteenth century single storey sandstone Old Colonial Georgian cottage. The coach house contributes to the significance.'

Located in the quaint township of Bothwell across the street from the historic post office, the home is within walking distance from shops, cafes, the pharmacy, library and Bothwell District School. Bothwell is home to the oldest golf course in Australia, the famous historic Nant Whiskey Distillery, The Castle Hotel, and some of the best trout fishing in the world while Hobart's CBD and Hobart Airport are around an hour's drive away.

Representing an incredible and uniquely Tasmanian history, this residence is more than just an iconic property, it is a wonderful place to call home.

$ 1,200,000

Property Information

  • Residential Sale
  • TAS
  • Hobart & Southern
  • Bothwell
  • House
  • Sold
  • 345 sqm
  • 3306 sqm
  • 3
  • $400.00 Quarterly
  • $400.00 Quarterly