For sale by tender. Closing Friday 15th December at 12pm.

Tender forms and copy of approved development application for the subdivision is available by contacting the listing agent.

Set in the thriving Southern Midlands hub of Oatlands, this 1.016ha (2.511 acre) parcel of land is ripe for development. A 14-lot subdivision has been recently approved by Southern Midlands Council and will be sold with the property. The development application outlines parcels of land sized from 550m2 to 634m2 with the construction of a new cul-de-sac from Queen Anne Street to Glenelg Street. (Glenelg Street is an unmade street).

A 11 lot subdivision next door to the current site is at civil construction stage with expected completion at the end of 2023. These blocks have been offered to the open market in early 2024 which does make 14 Queen Anne Street an exciting investment opportunity for a developer.

Town services (water and sewerage) connection is available to the site and is fully fenced with a secure agricultural fence.

Investment in the Callington Mill Distillery and associated speciality businesses has seen Oatlands have revival with investment from intrastate and interstate as a weekend tourist destination to appreciate the collection of historical sandstone buildings and peacefully surrounds offered by Lake Dulverton. Offering a number of services for residents including a multi-purpose health centre and aged care facilities, district school, IGA supermarket and newly constructed aquatic centre. Oatlands is only one hour and ten minutes north of Hobart and just over one hour and half; south of Launceston.

Put the subdivision plans into action at 14 Queen Anne Street Oatlands. For more information; feel free to contact Nick Hay at Howell Property Group.

Council Rates: $508
Water Rates: TBA
Land Size: 1.016ha (2.511 acre) approx.
Zoning: 10.0 General Residential.
Council: Southern Midlands Council.

The information contained herein has been supplied to us and we have no reason to doubt its accuracy, however, we cannot guarantee it. Accordingly, all interested parties should make their own enquiries to verify this information.


  • Fully Fenced