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Clyde's historic Dunstan House and the neighbouring Bank Cafe are on the market.
Owners John and Maree Davidson said the freehold titles were put up for sale this week.
The couple, who bought Dunstan House in 2005 and the Bank Cafe about a year later, did not wish to disclose an asking price but said the registered valuation for both properties was just over $1.5million.
They have operated Dunstan House for about eight months a year since they bought it, closing it over the winter. They lease out the Bank Cafe, and use some rooms and garden area behind the cafe for Dunstan House.
Part of the interior of Dunstan House had been refurbished and a ``substantial'' amount was spent on earthquake strengthening, they said.
Previous owners Will and Caroline Kealey extensively renovated the building in about 1995, Mr Davidson said. Before the Kealeys, Dunstan House was owned by Fleur Sullivan.
The Davidsons, who were previously Maniototo farmers, said they were ``keeping an open mind'' about what they would do after the business was sold, and had no firm plans.