UNUSED railroad land in the heart of Millicent is being offered, according to a listing of Millicent real estate agents.
Marketed about two years ago by the Department of Infrastructure and Transportation, the land along the north side of Railway Terrace was the site of Millicent’s railroad activity until trains stopped at come to town about 25 years ago.
Also included are vacant lots along the north side of Towers Road.
Expressions of interest had been requested for the land with a total asking price of $ 462,000 announced by the real estate agent.
The land zoning includes a mix of suburban (commercial) activity center and community facilities.
Totaling 5.2 hectares or approximately 12 acres, the land includes the old station building which is leased by the Millicent community radio station and there is also a lease in place for a telecommunications tower.
The land is registered with the Environment Protection Agency as a contaminated site.
The proposed land does not include a private residence on Railway Terrace or the adjacent former football fields, the latter of which is also expected to be marketed by the state government following the completion of a process currently underway to revoke its community land. classification.