Under the hammer

mitre 10 sale
GOING, GOING, GONE: Myrtle Street’s Mitre 10 building will go under the hammer for the first time in 30 years. It is expected the building will sell for around $3.5 million but Dahlsen’s has reassured locals while the landlords may change there will be no change to the hardware store’s services.

DAHLSENS Mitre 10 is expected to become one of Myrtleford’s priciest buildings as early as May with the hot property listed for sale for the first time in three decades.

The 4560sq metre building located on Myrtle Street has received a wealth of interest from investors across the country as well as local farmers.

Wangaratta-based director Mike Noble from Garry Nash & Co said the property and its location have been extremely appealing for prospective buyers.

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