53, Bruce Street South, Thornbury, The Blue Mountains, Grey County, Ontario, N0H 2P0, Canada
Unique opportunity in the heart of Thornbury, Ontario – a picturesque town known for its four-season playground and booming growth. This iconic property on Bruce St South is now available for sale. It is a fantastic investment / development opportunity for anyone looking for a large lot on the busy main street.
This lot spans 100 feet wide by 200 feet deep, is zoned C1 ‘Village Commercial’ and is situated within the ‘Thornbury Urban Community’ as outlined in the official plan, offering a canvas for various possibilities. The existing building, dating back to 1875, has undergone renovations and retrofits and most recently operated as a thriving pub for over 15 years. Benefiting from a prime location on the main street in Thornbury, the property promises excellent accessibility and visibility, as well as heavy road and pedestrian traffic. As the property exists currently, it allows for parking of up to 12 vehicles and is ready for the next chapter.
Thornbury and “The Town of Blue Mountains offers a thriving four-season economic environment to own and operate a business. As families, young professionals and retirees continue to call The Blue Mountains home, the community continues to grow, creating a more diversified economy and leading to increased opportunities for both its residents, businesses and visitors. With a respected and highly sought-after quality of life, the success of the local economy has been driven by strong year-over-year industry growth led by agriculture, tourism, construction, small business, and hospitality/service….Through strategic partnerships, comprehensive planning, and sustainable growth management, the Town and the greater South Georgian Bay region is well positioned and will continue to prosper for future generations.”
Thornbury is located on the picturesque shores of Georgian Bay and the Beaver Valley. It is a short drive to Collingwood, Blue Mountain Village, a multitude of ski hills, golf courses, hiking and biking trails, as well as various outdoor activities, and is only about a 1.5 hour drive to Greater Toronto and Pearson Airport.