Sharonlee Strahan Villas, 23 Andrew Street,
Strahan, TAS 7468
Freehold & Business - $1,800,000
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Map of Sharonlee Strahan Villas, 23 Andrew Street
Train stations within 5 km of Sharonlee Strahan Villas, 23 Andrew Street, Strahan, TAS 7468 Distance Strahan Station 1.6 kmPOWERED BY HERE © Bus stops within 5 km of Sharonlee Strahan Villas, 23 Andrew Street, Strahan, TAS 7468 Distance Bus Shelter, Andrew Street 367 m Andrew St 437 m IGA, Reid St 813 m Strahan Activity Centre 1 kmPOWERED BY HERE ©
Sharonlee Strahan Villas & Marsden Court
Marsden Court is an upmarket 4-star complex, built in 2005, comprising 12 self-contained units—four are two-bedroom and eight are studios. The site is fenced and has a bitumen driveway and parking areas, carports, and substantial landscaped gardens and lawns.
Sharonlee Strahan Villas is a 3.5 star complex and includes 10 self-contained holiday villas of which 9 are two-bedroom. There is a reception, office and laundry building plus fencing, paving, landscaping and bitumen driveway.
The Villas have been recently renovated.
The properties are contained on 8 titles with a total land area of approximately 11,686 sqm.
The Vendors are retiring after ownership for 46 years.
The township of Strahan is a Tasmanian success story, growing from a quaint little fishing village as recently as 1989, to major tourist town. The community has jobs and opportunities, confidence and vitality, and money and investment flowing in from our current tourism boom, which shows no sign of slackening.
The Gordon River is one of Tasmania’s best and enduring tourist attractions with guided cruises departing daily from Strahan, exploring the World Heritage wilderness, Sarah Island, and Hell’s Gates.
The opening of the West Coast Wilderness Railway in December 2003 ultimately enhanced Strahan’s world prominence and status as one of Tasmania’s leading tourist destinations. In 2014, RACT purchased Strahan Village. The deal included Hamers Hotel, Strahan Inn, Strahan Village, and the large cruise boat. This multi-million dollar purchase is a sure sign of the tourism importance of Strahan.
A new sewerage scheme was implemented by Council in 2003 and a number of fish farms have been developed, which creates employment for the locals and off-season business.
It is no secret that tourism was booming in Tasmania with 1.32 million visitors to our state in the year ending December 2019.
Property ID: 502666230Last Updated: 4 Oct 2021
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