Longford House - a piece of history

Updated December 12 2015 - 12:26am, first published February 20 2011 - 4:00am
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Longford House is one of Tasmania’s finest colonial homes. The 8.9 hectares of land comprises of 2.2 hectares of parks and garden, an orchard, barn and 6.7 hectares of meadow, divided into several paddocks.
Longford House is one of Tasmania’s finest colonial homes. The 8.9 hectares of land comprises of 2.2 hectares of parks and garden, an orchard, barn and 6.7 hectares of meadow, divided into several paddocks.

LONGFORD House built circa 1834 is known as one of Tasmania’s finest colonial homes. When advertised for sale in The Examiner newspaper in November 1854 it was described as, “all that noble mansion, domain and garden, situated in the suburbs of Longford and known as Longford House.

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