A jailed man will return to the fortified Wynyard house in which police found tens of thousands of dollars hidden in the walls to serve a home detention order.
Shane Anthony Dyson, 51, pleaded guilty in May to dealing with property suspected of being proceeds of crime and perverting justice midway through a trial in the Supreme Court in Burnie for the same charges.
In sentencing, Justice Helen Wood said Dyson's plea was "very late", but did benefit the court.
Justice Wood remanded him in custody at that time, and on Thursday activated a two-month suspended sentence for breaching a family violence order in 2018, which Dyson had then contravened by engaging in the conduct discovered in February 2019.
He will spend two more weeks in Risdon Prison on that order, but will then return to Wynyard to serve a 14-month home detention order concurrently with a 12-month community corrections order, the judge ordered.
The charge of perverting justice related to the fabrication of receipts which Dyson provided to his then lawyer Stephen Wright as proof of purchase for property found at his home.
Mr Wright provided the receipts to the police, who through "thorough investigation" Justice Wood said determined they were false.
For that charge, Justice Wood imposed a 12-month prison term which she wholly suspended for three years.
The judge said that Dyson's crimes would ordinarily attract a period of actual imprisonment, but given his abstinence from drugs in recent years and an ongoing severe illness, she was satisfied the orders would be just.
Dyson is suffering from "severe renal disease", Justice Wood said, adding that he had "well established means" of seeking treatment in Burnie, and that living at home would be most beneficial for his treatment.