This iconic Maitland building was built circa 1860’s and formed part of an allotment given to Molly Morgan in 1835.
In 1864 William Thomas Mitchell, a local councillor serving on the first Maitland council created a subdivision making it two allotments, Lot 15 and part of Lot 16 DP192248.
In 1869 McLaughlin’s bakery purchased the building where it remained to the 1970’s.
The old bakery is ripe for a warehouse conversion subject to council approval or if you are looking for an inner-city pad this could be it.
The zoning is B4 mixed use and comprises a one-bedroom apartment upstairs and art studio, storage areas and rear deck overlooking an inner-city garden.
The ground floor has been used as an antiques shop and has an existing use right as does the apartment.
There is car accommodation and plenty of scope to renovate.
Call Anthony Sarroff for more information.Show More