Whilst it is a relatively modern building, built in 2003/2004, this property has been in the same family for generations and trading on this site as a pharmacy for over 50 years.
Occupied by Stanfords Pharmacy, named after the original owner and Pharmacist, Herb Stanford. A name fondly known by many local families in the area.
It is also a testament to the fact that commercial buildings like this one in Maclean's town centre seldom come on the market for sale, so don't miss your opportunity to own a piece of Macleans history.
Located in a prominent position on a corner allotment near the local round about with three street frontage and fantastic exposure, which is what most business owners want.
A superb investment that has an excellent long term tenant in place.
At one stage the building was divided and leased as three separate premises. As the floor plan was designed with four separate entries into the building this is an opportunity that could be explored again in the future if need be and would be reasonable cost affective to achieve.
Set on a 477m2 block, zoned B2 Local Centre with a floor space of approximately 350 square metres. There are car spaces at the rear of the building for at least 2 small vehicles.
For more information contact Jenny or Troy Betterridge at Maclean Local Real Estate, who are honoured to be the marketing agents for this local landmark.