CARVE out your dream home, develop units (4 unit complex DA approved), subdivide - all is possible here with the right approvals.
Known locally as the Oddfellows Hall, this beautiful historic building was completed circa 1892 and was designed by Grafton's first architect Francis Schaeffer. The brick walls are up to 40cm thick in sections and externally are finished with a lovely ashlar render.
Character simply oozes from every corner of this building from the arched windows with original stained glass to the vaulted ceilings and loft.
Behind the hall is 2 separate buildings (see floor plan) - one houses an older kitchen (14.5m x 7m) and the other is a brick toilet block with separate male and female amenities.
The property - which consists of 2 lots (one 354m2 and the other 328m2) - backs onto Lambert's Lane which is accessible via Bacon Street a few doors down. Located in one of the highest points of Grafton (even higher than Queen Street), this really is a rare opportunity.
The potential of this property is excellent so to fully appreciate what it has to offer an inspection is a must. Call Terry Deefholts on 0413 299... .
155-157 Bacon Street, Grafton, New South Wales, 2460, Australia