Price: $240,000 + GST - Price Reduced
Property Type: Land
Floor Area: 773 m2
Vendor Details:
0488 847 018 - Enter Phone Code when prompted.

Build your dream premises on this unique central allotment

The Phone Code for this property is: 53008. Please quote this number when phoning or texting.

Whatever your business vision is, this unique offering of vacant commercial land in the centre of Beechworth offers you the opportunity to build your dream from the ground up.

Perfectly positioned in one of North East Victoria's most charming towns, this prime central site of 773m2 is located directly adjacent to the Beechworth Historical Precinct, which famously contains the Ned Kelly Vault, and the Stone Lock-up & Courthouse where Ned Kelly was held & tried.

All the guesswork has been removed, with new planning permit approval for the development of a chocolaterie & 85-seat cafe/restaurant on the site. With Commercial 1 zoning, the proposed development would also be well-suited to a similar venture, such as a patisserie or bakery, or micro-brewery or distillery (STCA), & would equally suit an owner/occupier or developer.

• 260m2 adaptable building
• 20m frontage to High St
• Sales/display area
• Production area with viewing window
• 85-seat Cafe/Restaurant
• Elevated deck overlooking Historical Precinct
• Toilet facilities for up to 100 people
• 6 onsite carparks and loading bay

Central vacant commercial land of this size & aspect is an absolute rarity in Beechworth, & this allotment represents an excellent opportunity to either build to the existing plans if they suit, amend them to your own purpose-built facility if they don't (STCA), or just develop for investment purposes in this popular tourist zone.

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