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Re/Max Park Place Inc. your best choice in homes and land for sale in Cape Breton. Contact Minerva MacInnis today!

30 Clyde Avenue, Sydney Mines, Nova Scotia B1V 2E5

$3,500 Canadian Dollar

£2,010* Sterling
$2,560* US Dollar
€2,359* Euro

46°14"21.45228' N, 60°13"46.07796' W

Questions? Additional Information:

Jenessa MacinnisJenessa Macinnis
Ph: 902-295-7766


Property Highlights

Area:Sydney Mines
Building Dimensions:95x56 (IRREGULAR)

Property Description

AVAILABLE FOR LEASE. This unique building has over 5200 sqft of space and has been designed with many possibilities in mind. 30 Clyde can suit itself very well as a daycare, community centre, church, study centre, gym/yoga studio, day spa or so much more! This is not your every-day building. This building has been laid out with the possibilities of two separate entities. With one side of the building having multiple rooms/offices/break out rooms plus a full kitchen, laundry & open hall. The second half (being the original church) is an open recital, meeting event or community space. Whatever your imagination can come up with. The common kitchen provides ample counter space + island prepare meals or coffee/tea for gatherings. Bathrooms include 2 private, 5 stalls + 4 private showers. Ample parking on the property along with a fenced in yard. There are many opportunities here and a unique space with flexibility to accommodate many uses. Bring your ideas to life and inquire today about the leasing opportunities. Tenants will pay all utilities along with $3,500 per month. Call to view and your business or community group could be operating before summer!

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* Foreign currencies are approximations.