Presenting three opportunities for the owner occupier or investor to be sold or leased individually or in one lot.
With excellent exposure to the main street of Montvilles famous shopping precinct, this is your best chance to mark your mark in this iconic village. World renowned with massive tourist numbers annually, this location guarantees walk by traffic.
The three lots are Shop 1 - Formerly tenanted by Tamborine Tea who have successfully traded here for several years. This 105m2 space plus 56m2 of exclusive use area, has a prime position within the Main Street and is sure to please upon inspection
Upstairs there are two spaces, shops 6 & 7.
Shop 6, the front tenancy has enjoyed success as a cafe and has an exclusive use alfresco area around the verandah overlooking the street. this 54m2 space has French doors allowing the entire space to be opened up for display or for easy access for patrons. If this is not enough room, then combine it with shop 7 of approx 90m2 to provide a massive area suitable for a restaurant or similar. Currently occupied by Gary Meyers Gallery, this space has also been a Day Spa.
These properties really require a full inspection to understand the complete potential on offer here.
Exclusively marketed by Allan Rhode and Jenny Tatton of Montville Real Estate, your local agents, call us today to make your time to view this amazing property.
Property Code: 681
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Retail Size:256 m²*
*These are approximate values based on available information.
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