Historical circa-1899 property in the ever popular township of Noorat. The original home and birthplace of famous Australian author Alan Marshall, most known for writing the book “I Can Jump Puddles”, the property was the former home of the Beehive General Store & cafe. Options abound with the property’s size, space, shopfront, and location on the corner of the Terang-Mortlake Road and McKinnons Bridge Road. The 2-storey residence features 6 bedrooms and 2 living areas, spacious timber kitchen, and loads of character, while there is also a commercial kitchen and large open shopfront that could readily be the location of the commercial pursuit of your choosing, or another huge living space. There is also a cool room and cellar. The property has plenty of potential for improvement, only limited by your imagination. Set on a 790 square-metre corner block, the property also features a 6m x 10m colorbond shed, and solar panels as well.
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