GLEN Clyde House is an institution in historic Hamilton.
Built of locally sourced sandstone in the 1840s, Glen Clyde is an integral part of the history of Tasmania.
Well positioned adjacent to the highway connecting the South of the state with the West Coast, it lends itself to many tourist ventures.
Currently, as in recent decades, this magnificent property has not only been utilised as a comfortable home, but also a popular tea rooms and craft gallery.
With substantial grounds of more than 1800sq m and a commercial kitchen, there is also the possibility of having a reception area in the gardens.
Along with Glen Clyde House, as part of the total sale package, there is an additional two titles consisting of 2431sq m with double street frontage and including a house in need