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OWN THIS WONDERFUL HISTORIC BUILDING SET ON 16 ACRES WITH 3 TITLES Built in 1903/04 as the District Hospital sitting sentinel & gazing majestically over the historic village of Wellington NSW is Hermitage Hill Country Retreat & Function Centre, now a boutique accommodation and function centre. In 1904, Wellington was a flourishing, confident town that expressed in the magnificent Hospital it built for the townspeople. Constructed in the highly detailed Queen Ann style, the town spared no expense with beautiful detail throughout the building.   Now regrettably the Property is being offered for sale as a Freehold investment property only, with a 10 year lease in place with a good net return. Hermitage Hill Country Retreat is situated on 5 acres with a remaining 11 acre for stock gra

OWN THIS WONDERFUL HISTORIC BUILDING SET ON 16 ACRES WITH 3 TITLES

Built in 1903/04 as the District Hospital sitting sentinel & gazing majestically over the historic village of Wellington NSW is Hermitage Hill Country Retreat & Function Centre, now a boutique accommodation and function centre.

In 1904, Wellington was a flourishing, confident town that expressed in the magnificent Hospital it built for the townspeople.

Constructed in the highly detailed Queen Ann style, the town spared no expense with beautiful detail throughout the building.  

Now regrettably the Property is being offered for sale as a Freehold investment property only, with a 10 year lease in place with a good net return.

Hermitage Hill Country Retreat is situated on 5 acres with a remaining 11 acre for stock grazing and includes an additional car parking /helipad.

Hermitage Hill has been loving restored and offers splendid accommodation from guest house facilities to 4 poster King bedroom suites complete with spa rooms.

Hermitage Hill has establish a good reputation as an excellent Wedding venue & function centre including fine dining al a cart Restaurant with magnificent view over the valley of Wellington.

Hermitage Hill is regrettable offered for sale due to other business commitments.  So contact owner today to find out more.  (Click on website link below for further details).

MORE ABOUT WELLINGTON 

If you are looking for a destination which offers some great experiences, then Wellington is the place to be.

Surrounded by mountain ranges and two rivers which flow through the town, Wellington provides travellers with plenty of things to do which allow them to be as active or as relaxed as they like.

If you love beautiful gardens, take a wander through Cameron Park. Discover what it is like to walk across the swinging bridge which links the park to the sporting fields over the Bell River and see if you can spot any fish in the river below.

The kids will also love the chance to conquer the vertical maze, just one of the features of the playground equipment.

With the Wellington Caves, Lake Burrendong and much more, there is something for everyone at Wellington.

The History of Wellington

The town of Wellington is located at the junction of the Macquarie and Bell rivers. It is situated 410km by rail & 370km by road north-west of Sydney NSW. There is a daily rail service to and from Sydney.

Pre 1817, the Wiradjuri Aborigines lived in harmony with the land. Lieutenant John Oxley R.N, the Surveyor-General of New South Wales entered the Wellington Valley on 19 August 1817, after crossing the Catombal ranges, west of Wellington.

Oxley named the valley after Arthur Wellesley, the Duke of Wellington, in 1815. He further honored the Duke by naming three peaks in the Catombal Ranges, 'Mount Arthur Reserve', 'Mount Wellesley' and 'Mount Duke'.

The settlement was established on 24 February 1823, when a party of soldiers and convicts under the command of Lieutenant Percy Simpson started a convict station 3km south of the junction of the Macquarie and Bell Rivers.

The convicts were removed in 1831, and the settlement buildings were turned over to the  Missionary Society Mission. Wellington was gazetted a Town in 1846.

From this point on the town has grown to a population of 4,600 people today.

 

Property Detail

Property ID:

12124

Type:

Commercial

240
Address:

Wellington NSW

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