Ballarat's iconic Masonic Hall offered for sale

Ballarat's iconic Masonic Hall offered for sale
Ballarat's iconic Masonic Hall offered for sale

One of Ballarat's most prominent buildings - the Masonic Hall - is being offered for sale, with price expectations of $675,000 plus. 

Formerly known as Electra Hall, the 14 Camp Street property is today being run as an art gallery. 

The 340 square metre site sits in the heart of the Ballarat CBD and features 187 square metres of mostly open plan ground floor. The lower level is 170 square metres and is also mostly open plan. 

The two-storey, solid brick building is on a bluestone foundation with iron roof and timber floors.

Colliers International’s Charles Kennedy is marketing the property on behalf of the gallery owners.

"The building was constructed during the gold rush era in the 1870s as a Masonic Temple and was used as such until 1927, when it was sold to the State Electricity Commission for use as social club rooms", he said.

"It has only had three owners since then as far as we are aware.”

Mr Kennedy said it was a unique opportunity to buy a piece of Ballarat period history, a solid building with immediate leasing potential. 

The Masonic Hall will be offered with vacant possession and is offered for sale at $675,000 plus GST.

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