40a Camp Street


Property Features

Building Size
260 m2
Land Size
543.00 m2


Circa 1869 the former Congregational Church located in the heart of the bustling gold rush tourist town of Beechworth offers a truly rare opportunity to acquire a part of the town's history with significant modern day appeal! Located on the North Western corner of Camp and Loch Streets the property is only a block from the prominent Post Office tower and benefits from a Commercial 1 Zone. The land is a level allotment of 543m2 (approx) and sited on the land is the solid brick former church building which provides 260m2 (approx) of floor space together with a vast mezzanine level with beautiful original stained glass windows and under floor storage. Currently housing an antique dealer the property lends itself to a vast array of uses including retail, office space, restaurant/wine bar, conversion to a residential dwelling or unique self-contained accommodation (stca) but its future use is only limited by your imagination. The building is solid and has been beautifully maintained over the years and represents a very rare opportunity to secure a significant historical property in the commercial heart of a thriving tourist mecca! Genuine purchasers need only apply with inspection strictly by appointment! We welcome your enquiries for this stunning property, so call us now!