Chance to move to a small town and become his job | Queensland country life

The city’s tree changers are looking to buy churches, even town halls in the countryside – how about the city post office?

With a unique opportunity on the Lower Eyre Peninsula in Cummins, you could do just that.

This business and home has been under the control and care of the current owners since 1996.

The home, business and post office are on the market together for $690,000.

Two mail delivery motorcycles are also launched.

Located on the main street of Cummins about 70 kilometers north of popular Port Lincoln, populated by about 700 residents, the post office is still heavily used by locals.

The commercial building itself includes a large carpeted display area, sorting tables and a service desk.

The mailboxes and flooring in the work area have been renewed in the last year.

Along with these upgrades, a new roof and carport have been added over the past two years.

Also included in the sale are the delivery motorcycles, and the purchase of a delivery van is negotiable.

The three-bedroom house next to the post office features a modern kitchen with tiled floors, a dishwasher, a wall oven and a large island bench.

Adjacent to the kitchen is a spacious carpeted living room with a wood burning stove and reverse cycle air conditioner.

It has a large backyard, a large rainwater storage which is connected to the house as well as a single garage which has electricity and cement flooring.

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Agents Raine and Horne say Cummins is a town that offers a lot to its residents and the surrounding area.

Both the business and the house are for sale, but it is also possible to buy the business, rent the building and rent the house.

For more information contact David Guidera of Raine and Horne on 0427 762566.

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