Located in the heart of the retail and commercial hub of the busy town of Cygnet this building constructed in 1938 enjoys an imposing street presence and provides a total floor area of 279m2. The building has been previously occupied by a bank for a number of years and the street frontage with some renovation could be bought back to profitable tenatable premises. The commercial section comprises a spacious front reception area with large timber desk previously used for bank tellers. Behind this is a security coded safe with heavy duty iron door and ample storage space inside. In addition to the main area is a separate conference room or office with large windows letting in natural sun light and features and open fire place. Completing the commercial area is a kitchen and toilet with an exit to the back of the property.
From the rear of the premises you can access the 4 bedroom residence which is need of some love and attention, however could be bought back to it’s former glory in no time.
Featuring a large kitchen area with spacious pantry, separate lounge/dining room with inbuilt wood heater and timber mantle all on the ground floor. The beautiful wide hallway leads to the large timber staircase sprawling over 3 levels with the spacious bathroom located on the middle level offering a separate bath, shower, vanity and toilet. On the upper level are the 4 bedrooms, the main with a built in wardrobe, there is a study which could be used as a small 5th bedroom or nursery. The residence still retains original features including picture rails and solid timber floor boards.
Outside there is a single garage and skin shed which houses the laundry and an outdoor toilet. The large 1069m2 block may lend itself to further development subject to council approval.
A rare and substantial opportunity with prominent street frontage and the facade being Heritage Listed, this premises would be an ideal renovator with endless possibilities for builders and/or investors alike.
Expressions of Interest are invited and if you would like more information please contact TPR anytime.