Grab a piece of history

first_img275-277 Stanley St, Townsville City“They are so close to the city and so close to the Strand so you’re in walking distance to everything.“You could also renovate them instead of demolishing them because they are quite solid inside.”The homes are located in a character precinct so if they were demolished they would have to be rebuilt in the traditional Queenslander style. Both properties have had long-term tenants until recently, while 275 Stanley St is still rented for $225 a week. Each cottage has two bedrooms, a sleep-out and functional kitchen. Some rooms still have original timber floors. 275-277 Stanley St is open for inspection from 10am-10.30am and Wednesday 5pm-5.30pm. Call Malcolm Thomson on 0400 545 664. 275-277 Stanley St, Townsville CityTWO historic cottages positioned on prime on land on the fringes of the CBD will be sold under the hammer.On site, 275-277 Stanley St, Townsville, will go to auction on August 25 at 11am.The cottages are on 738sq m of land and have separate titles but will be sold together.Harcourts Kingsberry Townsville agent Malcolm Thomson said the two cottages offered endless possibilities for redevelopment and were located in a sought-after location.“Theoretically you could reconfigure the boundaries so you had two long boundaries,” he said,More from news01:21Buyer demand explodes in Townsville’s 2019 flood-affected suburbs12 Sep 202001:21‘Giant surge’ in new home sales lifts Townsville property market10 Sep 2020“Because one is on 180sq m and the other is on 558sq m you just wouldn’t sell them separately.last_img

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *