Newspaper article News Mail Bundaberg Qld.

Historic Home Is under the Hammer

Newspaper article News Mail Bundaberg Qld.

Historic Home Is under the Hammer

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RE/MAX Precision, Scott Mackey and Aaron Thompson 413188 11 or 4131 8844

aEVERY now and then history is made in the real estate industry and Bundaberg is about to experience a milestone,a Scott Mackey said.

aOne of its most well-known residential icons is about to go under the hammer.

aTantitha House is one of the region's oldest surviving homes, built in 1879 and the original cattle run on which it was built stretched almost all the way to Mt Perry.

aCousins James and Samuel Hassell obtained the lease for the enormous Tantitha run in 1861, which was later run by brothers Alfred and Arthur Brown of Gin Gin station, before being purchased by Henry Tyrer and James Henderson.

aTantitha House is situated on a private and secluded 5.675ha allotment adjoining picturesque Tantitha Lagoon and has been meticulously restored to its original splendour. …

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