Click here for article in Northern Star 26/5/07
2011 June: Unit 1/ 16 Havelock Street, Beaufort, Vic 3373
$199,000 including GST
FROM THE OLD COMES THE NEW!
From this fabulous one bedroom solid brick unit in the central business area you can walk to everything in Beaufort.
Formerly the Masonic Lodge, the property has been fully developed and is absolutely brand new inside including plastering, appliances, carpets, tiling and painting. Comprising 10.22 squares of open plan living, the unit includes one spacious bedroom with large robes, ensuite bathroom, separate laundry and a beautiful galley kitchen which boasts a large electric cooker, rangehood, double sink and a dishwasher.
With a great finish all over the home is serviced by a Daikin evaporative heating & cooling system.
With no garden to look after, access is directly onto Havelock Street at the front and there is no need to drive from this super central location! See also Beaufort
Bunyip Inn for sale June 2008 - Berry branch was opened in 1885 and at that time was known as Broughton Creek.
2009 June advertised by C.R. Ewing & Sons, Gunnedah:
MAIN STREET FREEHOLD INVESTMENT OPPORTUNITY - SHOP AND RESIDENCE $219,500 BOGGABRI
This is a fantastic opportunity to purchase a well established main street Freehold property. Current tenant in place with long lease comprising of a very well run coffee shop. Included in the lease is a comfortable 3 bedroom residence, which has lounge, kitchen, bathroom. Tenants are signed up for another 3 1/2 years. Details of rental figures upon application. Three photos from realestate.com.au and sourced by Geoff Chapman.
This was the first branch premises in Boggabri. The second more imposing branch was also for sale in 2008 for $469,000.
Studio Altenburg BUSINESS FOR SALE April 2011
104 Wallace Street, BRAIDWOOD NSW 2622
FOR SALE $295,000 +SAV
Altenburg Fine Art Gallery and Gift Shop
Located in the centre of the town and operating successfully for 30 years, this gallery is well known for a high quality and eclectic range of fine art and gifts. The Gallery stages 8 solo exhibitions throughout the year, plus a summer group exhibition. The exhibitions change regularly every 4-5 weeks. There are confirmed bookings for exhibitions through to the end of 2012. The Gallery's Gift shop offers a wide variety of quality works, sourced from both local and international artists. The works include Moroccan hand woven kilms, rugs and carpets, Indian hand spun raw silk yarn, alpaca shawls from Peru and hand-crafted natural soaps from Provence. The business has well-established contacts, suppliers, systems and procedures and intellectual property set in place to enable immediate trading upon settlement. Full figures available plus long list of inclusions to bonafide enquiries only.
NB: Business only for sale. Not building
2012 January advised by Geoff Chapman.
23 Molonglo Street, Bungendore, NSW 2621
House: 4 3 1
By Negotiation through Ray White, Braidwood.
Landmark Residence With Plenty Of Opportunities
|In 1969 the current owners happened upon 23 Molonglo Street for the first time and fell in love instantly with the old stone house and its rich history. They were enchanted with the atmosphere created by the stables, the cottage and the elm grove protecting the buildings as well as the very wild garden. They immediately started the renovation and restoration to restore both buildings and garden. The cedar doors, windows and fireplaces were stripped, sanded, waxed and brought back to life. Over the years the stables and cottage were converted to create two additional self-contained dwellings.|
A charming feature of this unique home is that the building faces inwards around a courtyard overlooking the garden and there is a real sense of a calm oasis as you look out across the green lawn and into the now huge old elms. You feel as if you are far out in the country, but know that you can walk out the other door and get to the store and main street shops in two minutes.
This is a home with a rich, varied and long history, it was chosen as key location for the film 'Ned Kelly' staring Mick Jagger. There were some features of the house that had been especially changed for the film mainly the front two rooms, now bed rooms, that were part of the Euroa Bank scenes in the Richardson film shot in 1968. The home has had many uses - as a bank, blacksmiths, bicycle makers (the first bicycle made in Australia was constructed here), solicitor's, bakery, a stock and station store to name but a few uses. The building is very flexible and some of the rooms have changed uses as the current owner's children have grown up and left home.
Filled with character and charm the extended kitchen and dining rooms have been host to long winter dinners with family and friends by the great fire or pizza nights by the beautiful old oven. In summer, picnics in the garden and evening games of boules have been a constant source of fun and relaxation. It has always been a welcoming home.
The vegetable garden and orchard are a particular delight and working out in the back garden, across the creek, where you can see across to the Lake George escarpment in all its changing lights and colours as the seasons change.
There are many possible uses for this property (STCA). It has been the venue for memorable weddings, it would make an ideal B&B, even a gallery or home office - the opportunities are great. The property sits on two separate lots totalling just over an acre which also presents future development options.
Key features include:
1870's stone residence; 1850's stable converted to a 1 bedroom cottage; 1830's 1 bedroom cottage
Bosch gas stove; Asea dishwasher
Rinnai gas heaters; Jotul cast iron slow combustion fire
Five open fireplaces
Tree lined creek; Orchard; Veggie patches
Now is your opportunity to come and fall in love with this enchanting piece of Bungendore's history. Properties like this do not come up very often and these words can't really do justice to the charm and beauty of "The Old Bank"
2011 March John Beer advised of upcoming sale.
2008 August Geoff Chapman advises: Following building restoration, and conversion to a restaurant/residence, the ex-branch premises have been advertised for sale at $695,000
2011 December David Jobson advised: Passed in at Auction.
- Building Area Ground Floor 335m2
- 1st Floor 295m2 total 630m2
- Land Area 1542.1m2
- Zoned Commercial 3(a)
- 11 Main rooms
- 2 Internal staircases
- Spacious room
- All services connected/available
- Suitable for many purposes (STCA)
- Inspection highly recommended
Auction: 9th December 2011 Oddfellows Hall Sanger St, Corowa at 2:30pm (Terms 10% deposit, balance 60 days) by Paull & Scollard
28 FOVEAUX Street February 2007
|Description \\||Partioned office space with natural light.|
|Property Description \\||This building has 10 levels with good passing trade|
|Location \\|| and only a short walk from Central Railway Station.|
|Level \\|| |
|Area sqm \\||327|
|Rate psqm \\||$325|
|Annual Rent \\||$106,275|
|Comments \\||Property excludes Outgoings. *Air con *On site caretaker *Short walk to station (Central)|
Last modified: 12/03/2017 08:38