Welcome to the O’Leary Railway Station, a picturesque historic property located in the town of O’Leary. Set on the Confederation Trail, this 1913 building has deep roots in the area’s history and was once an Intercolonial Railway station. It has since been renovated to include two one-bedroom apartments and a two-bedroom apartment, all with updated flooring, window furnishings, heat pumps, and steel roofing. As an investment property, it represents a unique opportunity for a savvy investor, restaurateur, or history enthusiast. The station has served many purposes over the years, including housing a cafe, shops, and office space, and has undergone structural upgrades and renovations to preserve its heritage value. It is also conveniently located near recreational areas and beaches such as Cape Wolfe, West Cape, and West Point. Take advantage of this opportunity to own a piece of history. Contact us today to schedule a visit. (id:30983)
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