• Heritage Listed cherished estate (c.1845)
• Prominent location with sea views in the heart of Robe, South Australia
• Direct beach and shoreline access
• Versatile commercial enterprise
• Two accomodation sites as well as restaurant comprising Grey Masts main house (c.1855) and cottage (c.1845)
• Gather food & wine award winning restaurant situated in restored wool store built in 1845
• Solid financial returns
• Character interiors
• 360km from Adelaide, 600km from Melbourne
In a town brimming with historical architecture, Grey Masts is an estate of exceptional quality, outstanding character and unique authenticity.
Located right in the heart of Robe, one of South Australia’s most captivating coastal villages, this estate occupies 1,439m2 of land directly across the road from one of the town’s many delightful beaches.
Constructed in 1845 the cottage is built from locally sourced sandstone and timber salvaged from old sailing ships.
The north-facing estate consists of two heritage-listed dwellings, both of which have been recently renovated to state heritage standards.
The master residence, Grey Masts House (c 1855) has three bedrooms, three bathrooms and three sitting rooms. Currently utilised as tourist accommodation its features include a light-filled vestibule and expansive living and dining areas. Two of the sitting rooms offer glorious views of Guichen Bay out to the Baudin Islands. The East vestibule opens onto an outdoor entertaining area, under vines surrounded by a lush garden. While the house has been completely restored with new plumbing, new wiring and state of the art electrical connections, the floorboards are salvaged from the wrecks of old sailing ships, along the wild coast line of this part of Southern Australia. This house has played a significant role in the history of Robe, and is now a favourite accommodation destination for those who seek an example of the very best life has to offer in this historic village.
The second residence, Grey Masts Cottage, comes in the form of a two bedroom stone cottage built in 1845 and completely restored in 2002. Currently operating as a B&B and booked out well in advance every season often by repeat visitors, the cottage opens onto a delightful private courtyard and garden with trellised vines and fruit trees.
Also located within the property’s boundaries in the garden is “Gather food & wine”, an award winning restaurant operated by well-known and highly regarded chef Tom Tilbury. Situated in the state heritage, Woolstore, which was restored in 2002 and again upgraded in 2015 with a commercial kitchen installed.
Offering solid financial returns, this impressive property brings with it the opportunity to own a unique home and/or business.
To find out more about Grey Masts’ historic commercial credentials or to arrange an inspection please contact Janine Lum on 0419 113 447