5 Russell Street, Evandale

An Historical Opportunity! Circa 1840

$750,000 - $850,000
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The Pennyfarthing Emporium (General Store & Newsagency) and residence has played a major part of the rich heritage that is the town of Evandale in Northern Tasmania. Built in the 1840s it was a stopping place for the fabled Cobb and Co coach run. The original stables have been converted into "The Stables" bed and breakfast making it a sought-after venue. Evandale continues to ride the wave of Tasmania's fastest growing industry that is tourism and with it's proximity to Launceston Airport it looks set to continue. The residence which forms part of the Emporium building has large rooms with high ceiling space, enough to extend into if required. The emporium also has a cafe element to enhance the business even further. The Stables Bed & Breakfast accommodation has enormous growth potential, as has the Pennyfarthing Emporium. This is a central attraction in "Village" that is steeped in history.

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.

Katrina Garwood
Director & Property Representative
t 03 6343 4361
m 0417 513 373
Ian McCallum
Director, Head of Property Management & Property Sales Associate to Katrina Garwood
t 03 6343 4361
m 0411 702 197

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