Freehold Commercial Building in a High Traffic Location
This freehold commercial building is positioned on the corner of Bombala St and Clarke St, offering a prime location in the township of Nimmitabel. The historical village is an ever popular tourist stop, conveniently located between Canberra, the Sapphire Coast and Snowy Mountains. The building guarantees exposure to passing traffic on the Monaro Highway and has been successfully operated by the current owners for 22 years. There is potential to run your own business while leasing out the other two shops and granny flat at the rear of the building. The premises is currently operating as the Nimmitabel Corner Store and Community Post Office as well as the popular Lolly Shop and 'Woolly Wonders'.
The building has a generous floor area of approx. 348m2 and comprises of 3 separate shops, each with their own shop front, entrance and power meter. A separate one bedroom unit (currently tenanted for $160 per week) is attached at the rear of the building with a living room, kitchen, bathroom and storeroom. At the far end of the building there is a vacant parcel of land, which could easily be suitable for a garden supplies / nursery business.
There is Council approved infrastructure in place for a commercial kitchen including the required tiled / covered areas, exhaust system, grease trap, three phase power system and plumbing. The middle section of the building boasts a stunning area with quality fixtures which would be well suited as a restaurant dining room. The parcel of land at the far end of the building could also be transformed into an alfresco picnic area for a takeaway shop / cafe.
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