Stanton House, Townsville on the hunt for commercial tenants

Stanton House, Townsville on the hunt for commercial tenants
Stanton House, Townsville on the hunt for commercial tenants

An abandoned Townsville heritage building, long known as Stanton House is available for lease as its renovation nears completion.

The premises at 197 Flinders Street, Townsville City, was built in the 1880s.

It will shortly have multiple tenancies for office, retail and hospitality use. 

The three-storey colonial-style building overlooks the Ross Creek.

The historic building was built for Townsville’s first butcheries in 1884.

It was then occupied by an insurance company before being sold in 1932 and extended into the headquarters of the Anglican Church.

Stanton House in honour of George Stanton, who was the first Anglican bishop of North Queensland.

Ray White Commercial agent Troy Townsend is marketing the property.

There will be two ground floor retail tenancies and four professional office suites on levels one and two, he said.

The premises have views across the Ross Creek and Townsville Yacht Club Marina.

Lease rates for office space will start $220 per square metre.

The retail tenancies will start at $400 per square metre. 

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