BUYERS have a triple chance to snap up sought-after commercial assets in York, as three different sites become available for sale, by way of tender.
A slice of history is available at 25 and 27 South Street (pictured above), where a property known as the St Patrick’s Convent Building, hits the market.
The land/development site is listed on the State Register of Heritage and Shire of York’s Municipal Inventory, and was purpose-built in 1873 by the Sisters of Mercy, who at the time operated a school from years one to six.
Ray White Commercial (WA) Director Stephen Harrison said the building had transitioned through changes including being utilised as a library, primary school, selling antiques, and in 2005, a restaurant.
“There really is a lot of history here and the lucky buyer will be taking on a property that comprises of two separate lots, with a total land holding of 2,659sq m*, and has a total building footprint of circa 320sq m*,” Mr Harrison said.
“Potential buyers will also love that the site comes with flexible town centre zoning that allows for a range of commercial uses, subject to council approval.”