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Unique Heritage Home and Investment Opportunity in Flinders Village

Flinders property storefront

62-66 Cook Street, Flinders, VIC 3929

Auction 3 Beds 3 Baths 2100 SQM
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Comprised of two separate shop fronts, a stunning renovated heritage home, guest house and large workshop, this listing spans 2,100 square metres and presents a rare investment opportunity in Flinders Village.

Dating back to the early 1900s, the heritage home has undergone superb renovations to offer a bright and airy three-bedroom and two-bathroom residence ideal for a couple or small family. Featuring a spacious entertaining deck and landscaped garden filled with fruit trees, the property also offers a large workshop. Inside, owners of this charming home will appreciate the high ceilings, weatherboard-clad walls and cosy fireplace.

On the same title is the independent shop front of Arleston Antiques, which could easily be converted into an extension of the residence or used for business purposes.

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Kay & Burton – Tom Barr Smith – 0438 368 020 or Ruth Williams – 0408 518 286

A separate guest house also offers the opportunity to generate income as a quaint bed and breakfast.

Surrounded by manicured gardens, the second title includes a spacious studio workshop that boasts a kitchenette, washroom and storage area and is currently on a long-term lease.

Situated in the heart of the vibrant and historic Flinders Village, this listing is aptly referred to as a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. Offering the ability to settle into a sought after postcode on the idyllic Mornington Peninsula, the properties come with profit potential and proximity to a vibrant retail and dining scene, not to mention stunning natural landscapes.

With the option to purchase all four titles or two parcels of the listing, this rare home and investment opportunity is set to go to auction on February 20 at 11 am.

According to Kay & Burton’s price guide, Lots 4 and 5, the shop front, self-contained guest accommodation and gardens, could command up to A$2.5 million. The renovated home at 64 Cook Street carries an indicative selling price of A$2.75 to A$3 million.

Flinders Suburb Snapshot
  • – $3.8 Million Median House Price
  • – Total Population of 905
  • – 14.29% Average Annual Growth over 10 Years
  • – Predominantly Elderly Couples and Singles
  • – Seaside Village Dating Back to 1854

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