63 Princes Highway
lucknow VIC 3875


The Exchange House Food Store has been a successful food business for many years and is well known to tourists and locals in the area. This wonderful property is a well-known stopping point for travellers looking for a bite to eat, cup of coffee or locals heading to their lunch break. The food store offers cafe experience, with individual, group and outdoor seating, coffees & hot drinks, essential groceries, drinks etc and much more. Included also is a cool room & storage section, as well as a completely renovated 3-bedroom residence for an owner operator ready to call a day. The business/freehold is available or leasehold available and rewards the owner operator with impressive takings per week. Opportunities such as this are not common. Therefore if you are considering this style of business as your choice, then look no further than the 'Exchange House Food Store'.

Great opportunity for a family or management structure to even build this business further.

Takings:$3m pa (approx.)

Property Details

Property Type - Retail

Land Area - 2806m2

Floor Area - 1m2

Open Times

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Contact Details

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Matt Baylis

Commercial Sales & Leasing

0439 633 312

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