One of St Mary's iconic buildings, Gone Rustic has held a special place in the hearts of locals and visitors alike. An historic building in a prime position, this is a fantastic opportunity for someone with ideas, vision and cash. Space for 1-3 businesses, the property includes a studio, gallery/retail space plus workshop with three phase power. A centre for the artistic and the creative, this building is home to Gone Rustic and classes are regularly held here in textile design and dyeing, quilting and much more. Visiting exhibitions are showcased here often and this allows people from interstate and overseas to showcase their work, and the local east coasters to get a taste of some pretty special art works.
Classes and groups are held regularly, and the building has become very much a one stop destination for those seeking beauty and creativity.
Offering 334m2 of space, this is currently broken up into Gallery, studio (with tea making facilities) bathroom (with w/c and hand washing) and the garage area which is currently home to some beautiful old vehicles all being restored, with loving care. This building could be home to several business under the one roof, offers a prime location in down town St Marys, the bohemian hub of the east coast of Tassie.
**Please note also that the photos feature works from the Tasmanian Art Quilt Prize 2015.**
More information about the artists and their works is available here:
|Floor Area||334 sqm|
|Land Size||900 sqm|
|Approx year built||1930|
|Property Type||Warehouse, Studio|
|Heating / Cooling||Electric|
|Chattels remaining||Fixed floor coverings, Light fittings|
|Water supply||Town supply|
|Locality||Close to shops, Close to schools, Close to transport|