• Picture perfect historic buildings (c 1910)
• Stunning views to valley and mountain ranges
• Full range of commercial facilities
• Character interiors
• Destination food hub potential
• High tourist traffic area
• 10 mins to Jindi Cheese & other tourist attractions
• 1 hr 20 to Melbourne CBD
A beloved local institution, Jacks at Jindivick is your chance to buy into a spectacular foodie destination.
Enjoying picturesque views down the valley and to the mountain ranges beyond, it occupies an enviable position on Jacksons Track, in the centre of the historic rural village of Jindivick in the foothills of Victoria’s Great Dividing Range.
Named after the homestead’s former resident, once the local grocer and now a local icon, this impressive holding is spread over two picturesque acres and features a charming Victorian Federation-era 50-seat restaurant which was renovated in 2010, a farmyard barn which has been lovingly converted by the current occupants into a 45-seat cafe and a beautiful nursery facility with gift shop.
The site of an annual rare plant fair and sculpture fair held alternate years, this holding is zoned rural residential and is in the perfect position to capitalise on the good will generated as a result of its positive interaction with local businesses, its clever positioning on the open gardens tour route and its seemingly unlimited potential to be converted into a state-of-the-art foodie destination and/or events venue.
Both the restaurant and the cafe have in place full commercial kitchens, with the former also boasting a bar, dining room, staff room and ramp access while the later offers indoor/outdoor dining, a gift shop area and storage room.
Additional features include established gardens with quaint lamp lighting, ample off-street parking, numerous bathroom facilities and a discrete cool room which was recently renovated.
Located nearby a plethora of art galleries, nature reserves and just down the road from the village’s popular cheese shop, Jacks at Jindivick offers an unpredecented opportunity for the savvy investor.
To find out more or to arrange a viewing please contact Sue Gratton on 0407 599 559.