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Gundagai, New South Wales


Listing ID: 252


It’s not often that an opportunity arises to buy such an elegant heritage property in a key location.

This former post office holds a prime position in the must-see tourist town of Gundagai, three-and-a-half hours from Sydney, just over four hours from Melbourne and a stone’s throw from Canberra. A small town, Gundagai has become the icon of a typical Australian country town. Located along the Murrumbidgee River and several mountain ranges, this is a stunning location offering an unbeatable lifestyle. Best of all Gundagai is only 90 minutes from the nearest snow fields in Kosciuszko National Park.

The town itself is a delight, overflowing with history and a magnet for artists, songwriters and authors. It has been immortalised through poems and songs, such as ‘Where the dog sits on the Tuckerbox’.

Lovers of the great outdoors can fish for trout or Murray cod or admire the view from the top of Mt Parnassus. Natural attractions such as Kindra State Forest are nearby.

The property itself is of grand character. Built in the 1880s, it is considered one of the gems in the crown of heritage buildings in Gundagai. The three-storey brick building has undergone recent extensive renovations and makes a bold statement on the corner of the town's main thoroughfare. Boasting a spacious retail area, four bedrooms, dining, living and modern kitchen, the Gundagai Post Office will excite the most astute property investor.

Adjoining properties include the Gundagai Museum to the rear and the telephone exchange to the east, providing state-of-the-art telecommunications, with the building enjoying high speed wired internet throughout. The property also boasts a wine cellar and two garages.

This golden opportunity would suit an astute investor or a family looking for a great lifestyle – with the emphasis on style!

Price: $550,000

Phone: 0438 783 893 or 0415 290 151


General Features

  • Bedrooms: Studio
  • Bathrooms: 1

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Gundagai, New South Wales