Set on 2479sqm of land with manicured gardens and a central water feature, Ashley House Lodge provides a rare opportunity to snap up a historic building in the heart of Roseville.
Located at 97 Ashley Street, the original building was built circa 1910.
The heritage conversion and new build component comprises 17 rooms, commercial kitchen, and common rooms including five dual key rooms.
The property previously operated as a 40 bed aged-care facility.
Ashley House Lodge is being marketed by Ray White Commercial Western Sydney in conjunction with Marshall Chan Yahl.
With a price guide of $10 million, Ray White Commercial Western Sydney director Peter Vines said the property would attract a range of buyers.
“There’s been a lot of enquiry so far — it’s very unique but it’s more about what people want to do with it,” Mr Vines said.
“It might be another smaller aged care group, it could be education, a residential conversion, a childcare centre, respite centre, or some other sort of medical use.
“It could even form a hybrid of uses.”
Mr Vines said the size and location of the site, as well as the building’s beautiful aesthetic were the most attractive aspects of the property.
“It’s a really stunning property with a huge amount of presence — it’s unusual to find something of this size.
“Its proximity is very good. It’s in quite a suburban location but very close to Chatswood and very easily accessible in a residential location.”
The property is for sale via expression of interest closing on December 10.