A property that has been admired in Launceston for over a century, Kilmarnock House was built in 1905 as a townhouse for John Ingles, a well-known Launceston merchant. The completed cost, as charged by J & T Gunn, was a moderate 1588 pounds, 15 shillings and threepence. Last offered for sale over 33 years ago, this is your chance to secure this beautiful home. Located in one of Launceston's most exclusive precincts, Kilmarnock House is an exceptional example of the fine architectural and construction talents found in Launceston at the turn of last century. The property is currently operating as studio style apartments. There is the opportunity to convert this building into a stunning and breathtaking home that will become a talking point in Launceston for years to come, or continue in its current form is certainly a possibility depending on the purchaser. With interior features such as turned blackwood staircase, stained glass windows, intricate hand formed cornice work, ceiling roses and decorative edging, these all blend together to describe a rich heritage and story Kilmarnock House offers. The home has been extensively renovated and impeccably maintained over the last 30 years in keeping with its period characteristics and old world charm, with new slate tile roof, wiring and plumbing throughout. Offering 10 bedrooms each with their own ensuite and kitchenette, the property also has a separate 1 bedroom unit. Each bedroom is large and spacious with the sun flooding throughout the majority of the rooms. An easy conversion, each space could be converted into an array of possibilities. Located only 5 minutes from the heart of the Launceston CBD, the address is second to none in regards to convenience with Elphin sport precinct, shopping centre, established private schools and hospitals all within a gentle walk - location wise it really couldn't get any better! An opportunity that only comes once in a lifetime offers you a chance to secure a part of Launceston's history.