Looking for the gift that keeps giving, want to be the heartbeat of the town? Then look no further, 51 Camp St is currently, home to the Sutton Post Office, Stock Feed Produce, Gift Wares and the General Store which also holds a Liquor License.
Zoned RU5 Village and positioned on a generous block boasting 1,233 sq meters, you’ll find the 120 sqm (approx) freehold home that’s been converted for commercial use, configured in such a way that it can still be your home. There's a kitchenette, bathroom, office that could be converted to a bedroom, side by side fridges a cool room and ample off street parking.
Enjoy the sunshine when taking a break on the deck which has also been approved for an extended entertaining area or café.
At the rear of the block, you’ll find a generous 17x10 meter shed where you can create another income stream by renting it out, continue with the supply of Stock Food Produce to the local area or store your goods. Need to capture rainwater? No problem, the shed is equipped with two 10,000 litre water tanks.
This property has enormous potential; if you are interested in making a transition to the country or wanting to rent it out as an investment.
After 20 years in the industry the owner is ready to retire, her enthusiasm for Sutton will always remain strong, ‘The village continues to grow in population and popularity with many grand residences, residents and visitors passing through it’s a pleasure to service them whilst being your own boss and creating a point of difference’.
Centrally located and only 24 minutes to Canberra Sutton is home to approximately 1,660 people and growing! Commute to Gungahlin in 17 minutes and Queanbeyan in 20, with local buses servicing the region; there is always transport available for the school run.
For further information or to book an inspection contact Kellie O'Connor on 0499 350 757
*Fuse Property is the listed agent on the freehold sale
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