Welcome to 58 Bolton Street, a significant landmark in the sought-after Newcastle East region and a testament to Newcastle's vibrant history. In collaboration with Colliers Real Estate Newcastle, we're elated to present this property for sale via Private Treaty.
This Property Features
✅ Historical Significance: Formerly the Newcastle East Public School, this building traces back to the early 1900s.
✅ Majestic Architecture: Experience grandeur with soaring ceilings reaching over 4 metres, complemented by expansive rooms.
✅ Modern Updates: In 2018, the building underwent a meticulous restoration, preserving its ageless beauty.
✅ Strategic Location: Located in the sought after Newcastle East, this building is nestled within walking distance of Newcastle Beach, Hunter Street Mall, and the evolving East End CBD.
✅ 6x on-site secure parking spaces and 2x storage cages.
✅ Building area of 782 sq metres.
✅ Site area of 769 sq metres.
✅ Currently has a lease to the Newcastle Grammar School which adds a dimension of stability providing holding income, while the underlying opportunities promise growth.
This Property Presents Opportunities
⭐ Redevelopment Opportunities.
⭐ Mixed-Use potential with ground floor approved for Commercial use.
⭐ Approval in place to transform the upper floor into a grand residence.
⭐ Make it your next home with elegant urban living blending historical charm with modern amenities for a unique living experience.
⭐ Celebrate the Cultural significance of the building by transforming it into a cultural space such as a museum or gallery.
⭐ Plus Many More…
The Property History
The 1908/12 building was designed by WL Vernon, a prominent, well respected NSW Government Architect. Vernon designed the building in the ‘Federation Free Classical’ adopted school style and was originally utilised as Newcastle East Public School until 1982.
When the school changed locations, the site was then used by the Department of Attorney General and Justice up until 2014. During this time it became a formal court annex building which was used for jury selection and also included offices for law court attendants. It’s proximity offered easy access between the main courthouse, frequented by the members of the law fraternity.
Throughout 2018 the building has undergone extensive remedial work including the stripping and painting of all the external of windows and eaves etc, brick repointing where required, gutter repairs and replacement and the cleaning, repairing and replacing of stonework.
Please contact Daniel Connolly on 0427 382 043 or [email protected] for more information on this business opportunity