Block size: 1581 m² approx.Other Commercial size: 270 m² approx.
Eden’s old Post Office building circa 1890 set on an amazing high exposure 1581m² corner site. The magnificent building boasts original features of marble open fireplaces, 6 inch hardwood floorboards, 12 foot ceilings, period ceiling roses, panel timber doors, 19 inch external brick walls and a charm from yesteryear. Yet with all the 21st century comforts including modern kitchen & bathroom areas, reverse cycle air con etc. Comprising seven rooms on street level and a labyrinth of rooms including cellar and strong room downstairs, excellent rear yard access which includes an additional workshop, storage bungalow and small amenities block. Located on the edge of Eden’s CBD close to most amenities and only 500m from the beach. Brilliant period home or outstanding development potential (STCA) as a bed and breakfast, commercial rooms/offices or as both residence and work space combined. Your piece of history.
Property Code: 1141
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