A golden investment opportunity exists here in the thriving tourist hub of Campbell Town.
Currently tenanted and operating as a successful cafe and local handcrafted gifts store this property boasts onsite living as well!
With its prominent, historical position on the main highway and with so much passing traffic daily there is so many options for the wise investor. Or maybe a business venture of your own?
Built in 1840 for Gavin Hogg by the well known builder Hugh Kean. The "Assembly Rooms" can hold up to 200 dancers, hosted many town meetings and was used to entertain the Duke of Edinburgh in 1867. Martin cash worked on the construction too and later became the infamous bushranger.
With off street parking and currently tenanted at $550 per week until October 2018
What are you waiting for? This one is a simple case of dollars and sense!
Call Craig and Deb for your private inspection now.
Land Size: 506m2 (approx)
Building Size: 180m2 (approx)
Local Council: Northern Midlands
Year Built: 1840
We have in preparing this document used our best endeavours to ensure the information is true & accurate. Prospective purchaser are advised to carry out their own investigations.