Block size: 489 m² approx.Retail size: 240 m² approx.
In the heart of historic Central Tilba 481m2 block with building featuring four levels and 240m2 of floor space. The lower level, although not currently used as such, is council approved as a one bedroom, lounge/dining, bathroom and kitchenette residence. At the rear and beneath the building is a good sized storage area. The current business promotes only Australian made pieces, it was established in 1985 and is well known as one of the leading fine woodwork galleries in Australia. The Central Tilba area attracts both locals and tourists alike and is 45mins drive from Moruya and 20mins from Narooma Have different ideas for the building? Owner happy to discuss
Business plus freehold (SAV) $650,000
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