A historic property, which was rebuilt after burning to the ground and given to a World War I soldier who had returned from war, is back on the market.
Dunorlan House at Dunorlan was given to the grandfather of former politician Greg Hall after he returned from fighting in the first World War.
The property was handed down through the Hall family until it was sold to Sam Trethewey about 18 months ago.
Now the historic house is back on the market with Mr Trethewey in the midst of building a meat business with his family.
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The house was rebuilt about 130 years ago after being destroyed by a fire in the 1800s. The property was purchased by the government and divided into settlement blocks for soldiers who returned from World War I - the property is one of only a few soldier settlements for World War I veterans in Tasmania.
"It sat on its own title of around 200 acres that is when the first Mr Hall put a tender into government. He had returned from World War I and was given another farm up the road but he wanted Dunorlan House," Mr Trethewey said.
"So the Hall family moved in there in around 1918 I think. That Mr Hall had Raymond Hall as a son and then Raymond Hall had a number of children - one of which was Greg Hall."
The house was subdivided off the attached farms and now sits on a 4,600 metre square block.
Mr Trethewey said someone had spent a lot of time tending to the gardens on the property.
"It is set in really beautiful gardens a lot of people have spent a lot of time and money in the garden and it is really beautifully laid out," he said.
"There is a really stunning 120 to 150 year old oak tree and it is huge in the front garden. There is some really beautiful natural features to the property."
The property is available via offer through Harrison Humphries.
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