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6 Bed | 3 Bath | 2 Car
When it comes to dream Tasmanian properties - places that blend history with impeccable details - few can beat this.
'Wetmore' is an exquisite and historic property built in 1878 in the Victorian gothic revival style for George Parramore Junior in memory of his old family home, 'Wetmore Hall', in Derbyshire, England.
The house was designed by Percy Oakden, the architect behind the iconic Queens College at Melbourne University.
The home sits on approximately 3.2 hectares of superb gardens and has been built using both brick and sandstone.
Wetmore has been constructed using the very best products including bricks from Port Arthur, material recovered from the demolition of Horton College as well as timber, mantles and further materials from the original home built closer to the river.
This is a home that's generously proportioned, with plenty of room for any family.
Comprising of 22 rooms including six bedrooms, three bathrooms, a wonderful country-style kitchen/dining/family room, six living areas and a number of utility rooms.
The home has been meticulously restored to the highest standard, in keeping with its historic value.
In many instances the furnishings have been imported, including handwoven English carpet, Dresden chandeliers and Italian marble mantles.
Situated just minutes from Ross, one of Tasmania's most-loved heritage towns, this amazing property is a credit to the hard work and eye for detail by the current owners.
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