Block size: 589 m² approx.Retail size: 1 m² approx.
Located on a sunny street corner, is this historic shopfront & residence.
The shopfront is in a prime position with great street exposure, and plenty of foot traffic with the post office right next door. Featuring large floor to ceiling windows, high ceilings with detailed cornices, exposed timber beams and timber floorboards. Parking is no problem with three off street car spaces, and plenty of kerb side parking.
The property has been updated throughout whilst still offering the stunning period features of the era with high ceilings, fireplaces and sash windows. Outside is a sunny enclosed backyard with entertaining area, deck & storage shed.
The choice is yours… a shop front with residence or divide the property into two, with the option of dual income.
Call Kelly to inspect today or for more information. 0435 367 231
– Four bedrooms, 2 with built in wardrobes
– Two bathrooms
– Timber floorboards
– Internal laundry
– Gas & electric heating
– Cosy Wood fire
– Storage room with extra under roof storage
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
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