130 Main Street, Romsey
- 1 bedroom
- 1 bathroom
- Approx 202 Square metres
A Piece of Romsey History
Expressions of interest closing 31 August at 5pm
On the 11th day of October 1869 I was sold to the Lancefield District Road Board for ten pounds. In the same year the aforementioned Board built an office on me with bluestone foundations.
Two years later I was proud to have the office renamed and formed as the office for the Shire of Romsey, a position which I held for over 70 years.
I was then transformed yet again to become the Municipal Infant Welfare Centre.
In February of 1992 I was sold to a private owner when the Shire had no further use for me.
The only private owner since 1869. That must be a record somewhere.
Now I am to be sold again. I am very sad. But life must go on. My current owner did take good care of me fixing things up and giving me a few extensions and modifications.
My original front facade is still hidden behind the enclosed verandah.
So I am preserved. I am situated next to the most magnificent borrowed landscape one can image with beautiful 100 year plus trees right next to the picturesque creek that flows past me. I am in a semi secluded space which I like and I am looking forward to my new owners whoever they may be. I am looking for a kind person to buy me that appreciates the history of me and that will care for me and love me as my previous owners have.
Set in the heart of the bustling Romsey restaurant precinct, let your creative imagination flow.
This commercial building can be turned into anything you wish. Currently serving as an Indian restaurant the options are unlimited. With Romseys ever growing population, could this be the venue you have been searching for to create the business or residence of your dreams.
Estimated monthly repayments based on advertised price of $450000.
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