165 year old building in Heathcote for auction

165 year old building in Heathcote for auction
165 year old building in Heathcote for auction

An opportunity to own a property filled with history and vintage charm is now available in regional Victoria.

It is at 146 High Street, Heathcote, 30 minutes to Bendigo and 90 minutes to Melbourne.

The brick church is circa 1955 and the wooden hall circa 1850.

Originally the St Andrew’s Presbyterian holding, the 165 year old building is suited for family living and a commercial enterprise.

Located within the bustling heart of Heathcote, buyers could take advantage of Heathcote’s prime position as the gateway to Lake Eppalock with high exposure to passing traffic.

The wooden ‘Hall’ is currently used as an art gallery but the marketing suggests commercial pursuits (STCA) including a small shop or cafe, even dance studio.

It has original features including Baltic pine floor boards, arches and gothic colonial windows.

The building has been re-stumped, re-wired and re-plumbed, has gas heating, split system heating and cooling, and ceiling fans.

This property is being offered through Elders Real Estate agent Martin Skahill for November 18 auction.

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Property Sale Heathcote

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