Lifestyle opportunities galore

THIS offering presents buyers with various uses and opportunities in addition to residential living such as home based businesses.

Bed & breakfast, sales office, art and craft retail, animal husbandry and others such as wedding functions and accommodations etc could ideally suit this property, subject to council approval.

The property includes a two-storey, well-presented residential dwelling consisting of three bedrooms, bathroom, ensuite, living, dining, kitchen and rumpus on upper level plus additional living space on the ground floor which could be utilised as retail/commercial or renovated into a secondary living quarters.

In addition to this main residence there is a separate detached commercial building, centrally positioned on the property and in its past life was used as a home decor and furniture shop with tea room, and museum. But this space has massive potential to house a large variety of other endeavours such similar style retail outlet (shop), function centre including weddings, etc. or other display/sales businesses.

The property has great exposure onto Tanawha Tourist Drive being only minutes from Buderim township and Sippy Downs being a short drive to the Sunshine Motorway and Bruce Highway interconnecting the entire Sunshine Coast.

Tanawha House, 1 Main Creek Road, presents an ideal opportunity to acquire a family home and commercial base, and incorporate a quality lifestyle while doing so. The property may also just appeal to a family that requires rural residential living residence incorporating a large warehouse/storage space.


1 Main Creek Road

What: Two-storey residential dwelling on about 4725sq m, detached commercial building. Features: Zoning: Rural Residential (Land Use: Shop - Secondary Retail). Potential to add a separate second living residence on the ground floor of the main house

Price: Offers to purchase close 4pm Thursday, March 8

Agent: Scott Gardiner at Savills Sunshine Coast

Contact: 0415 679 112

Topics:  bed and breakfast potential buderim business opportunity expressions of interest lifestyle property savills sunshine coast sunshine coast tanawha

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