Free­hold com­mer­cial premises

Central and North Burnett Times - - REAL ESTATE -

THIS beau­ti­ful colo­nial prop­erty de­signed by Mary­bor­ough ar­chi­tect Philip O.E. Hawkes was built in 1922 for the Union Bank, which had al­ready been es­tab­lished in Gayn­dah since the very early days of the town.

In the early 1950s the Union bank merged with the ES&A Bank to form the ANZ bank as we know it to­day and re­mained in the build­ing un­til late 2016.

Lo­cated on a 478sq m cor­ner al­lot­ment on the main street of Gayn­dah, in a prime lo­ca­tion on the A1 Hwy pro­vid­ing end­less op­por­tu­nity to start your own busi­ness.

Well main­tained prop­erty which oozes charm with many orig­i­nal clas­sic fea­tures in­clud­ing a warp around ve­ran­dah with tim­ber rail­ings, colo­nial tim­ber win­dows and doors, tim­ber floor­ing, tongue and groove walls and fret­work. The ANZ will con­tinue to of­fer the ATM ser­vice to the com­mu­nity from the site and re­turns $450 per month

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