This is a rare chance to acquire the oldest and most historic building in the township of Dungog. Built in 1840 and originally "The Dungog Inn", the building has been an integral part of the main street of Dungog throughout the years being used as Post Office, a Doctors Residence, a Solicitors Office and a Gallery. Recently renovated from top to bottom the building is currently home to 4 individual businesses with a combined rental return of over $26,000 per year. The main building consists of 4 main rooms, there are separate out-buildings and bathrooms, a picturesque rear verandah and courtyard as well as a large timber shed/garage. With a B2 Local Centre zoning, the property is Heritage Listed and is positioned on a large 1334 square metre block which has been completely and securely fenced.
You simply will not find this amount of land in the main street of Clarence Town anywhere else:*Approximately 6160sqm block of land*Small building on site with approx 40m2 of floor space*All town services readily available*Previously approved to be developed into a caravan park *Will suit a multitude of buyers and uses
Located in the main street of Clarence Town in prominent business location this well established and recognisable building is currently home to the Williams River Cafe. Zoned B2 local centre the building has plenty of natural lighting and great street appeal. Consisting of approximately 116m2 of open floor space with air conditioning and a rental return of $13,00p.a. Positioned on an easily maintained 229sqm block with off street parking and all town services available.
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