Post Offices business for sale in South East SA
- Post Offices
- South East SA
- $900,000 (GST na)
2373 Country post and separate home freehold
Freehold Post Office /Family home
Best of both worlds Commercial post office
and Charming cottage both located on large town block
Looks great would suit couple!
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Keith is located 225 km south east of Adelaide via Murray Bridge and Tailem Bend. It is 31 metres above sea level.
Keith recognised as the Gateway to the South East and Limestone Coast. The Keith district typifies "real Australian countryside". Today the township services a diverse agricultural area.
Amenities and activities
Golf courses, croquet and bowling greens, gliding clubs, swimming pools (indoor and outdoor), squash and tennis courts, boating and fishing lake, adventure playgrounds and canoeing venues all allow for a variety of activities.
Libraries, museums, gardens, national parks, scenic historic drives, nature and art walks are available for visitors to enjoy at their leisure – check out the bikes and wine trails. Motels, hotels, caravan parks, bed and breakfasts, holiday farms, restaurants, bakeries and coffee shops all provide excellent accommodation and eating facilities.
Keith Area School ,Senior School,Junior Primary ...Tolmer Terrace, Keith SA 5267
From 1852-1884 the area was known as Mount Monster after a large granite outcrop near the site of the present town.
In 1874 a post office, named Mount Monster, opened.
In 1884 that the town was surveyed.
In 1889 that the town was officially proclaimed.
It wasn't until 1894 that the first resident, a Mr McIntyre, built the first house.
The Post Office was renamed Keith in 1904.
A general store was opened in 1905.
A second general store was opened in 1907.
In 1910 the Congregational Church was constructed. The same year saw the Keith Hotel open for business.
In 1912 Keith's Provisional School became a full Public School.
In 1950., the AMP Insurance Company funded development of vast areas of bush land into farmland which resulted in a large growth period for Keith and Bordertown.
In 1969 a pipeline from Tailem Bend brought water from the Murray River to the town.
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