Tasmania’s heritage homes

Between our untamed wilderness and the highest concentration of heritage architecture in Australia, our island offers a unique opportunity to see into the past and to have access to some truly beautiful buildings and landscapes.

Today we’ve selected a few of our favorite examples from across the state including one of our newest listings, the Burwood property in Launceston.

Is there a building or property that you know of that you have always wanted to know more about or perhaps one that you have visited that you think someone else might be interested in?

Let us know in the comments below.

Burwood, Invermay (1886) – Established family residence and previous function centre.
Banksia Cottage, Hobart (1830s) – 180 year old sandstone family cottage
Mona Vale, Ross (1867) – One of Tasmania’s grandest stately homes
Highfield, Stanley (1835) – Office to the Van Dieman’s Land Company and fundamental site for European Settlement in Tasmania.
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