Esk Historical Homestead – SOLD

CONGRATULATIONS Sandee and Gavin Nash, new owners of Nash Gallery & Café, on their recent purchase of the historical homestead premises where they have been providing delicious cuisine to many locals and travelers for over 12 months.  Sandee’s passion and love of food, entertaining and creating conversation with others has seen their business grow into the thriving enterprise it is today.  Sandee who also specialises in ‘Flower Essence’, a natural healing alternative and enhancement of life, possesses a unique eye for arty gifts to display and offer for sale throughout Nash’s Gallery and a myriad of homemade goodies.  Gavin specialises in handmade pottery; in which he discovered he had a passion for some 23 years ago after attending classes learning how to turn clay.  A stunning array of Gavin’s work is on show and for sale at Nash Gallery.   Sandee and Gavin were attracted to our area after a stop for a coffee some 18 months ago.  Sandee said, “The friendly community, the warmth and welcome, fresh clean living and stunning scenery is what made us stay.  From setting the tables in the early morning to packing up of an evening is just magically.  We couldn’t imagine a nicer place to be ourselves and we just love doing it”.  Be on the look-out on 27 January on the Great South East program, they are hopefully re-running the story they aired on Nash Gallery last year.

Ray White Rural Esk wish Sandee and Gavin the very best for the future of Nash’s Gallery