Markree, an intimate house museum and garden, is one of Hobart’s hidden treasures. Markree was built in 1926 for Cecil and Ruth Baldwin. The house, collection and garden all reflect the influence of the Arts & Crafts Movement. Its 1920s Tasmanian oak and blackwood furniture is by local cabinetmakers Coogan and Vallance & Co.
The ground floor of Markree has complete wheelchair and mobility access.
Due to the age of the building there is limited mobility access to the first floor and garden.