112 Lincoln Street, Lunenburg NS * Possible Restaurant
This is what it can be!

THIS IS WHAT IT CAN BE!

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L.E. WAMBOLT BUILDING

112 Lincoln Street – First Floor
Lunenburg, NS B0J 2C0

Beautiful Retail Space Available NOW

FEATURES:

  • 1,950 S/F + 600 S/F = 2,550 S/F total for only  $8.56/foot!
  • Loading bay
  • Hardwood floors.
  • Beautiful original details including tin ceilings with hardwood floors.
  • Multiple windows with huge amounts of natural light.
  • “Can’t Miss” retail area.
  • Two private washrooms.
  • Located at the very entrance of the UNESCO World Heritage District.
  • Unsurpassed visibility from the street.

RENT:

Rent is $1,800.00 plus HST + Utilities charges. This includes the 600 square foot ground floor loading dock area. It has a combination of oil and electronic baseboard heat. If the tenant were to make any size-able capital improvements (i.e. A RESTAURANT) , a rent-in-lieu agreement might be possible.

In addition, the basement area is included for distribution or storage since there is an internal staircase connecting the two areas.

Nicole Chambers
Email: N.Chambers@ElevenElevenCos.com
902-634-1100

INFORMATION:

THIS UNIT IS CURRENTLY AVAILABLE!

The L.E.Wambolt Building is a 1907 Registered Historic property by the
Canadian government (See Historic picture from 1909 with the original tin smith owner and staff.)
The building is one of the largest commercial structures in “downtown” Lunenburg.

This first floor unit consists of 1,950 square feet with original high tin
ceilings and hardwood floors. This space is located at the actual Entrance to
the Lunenburg Historic District
.

112-118 Lincoln Street is valued as an example of commercial
architecture in Old Town Lunenburg and as an integral addition to the
Lincoln Street street-scape. Built in 1907, this building was first owned
by Lemuel Wambolt, a Lunenburg tinsmith who had developed a large
clientele on the south shore of Nova Scotia over the previous twenty
years. It has been used for a variety of businesses since that time,
including a general store and a dry cleaner. The building retains many
original features, including large storefront windows, the doors on the
Lincoln Street façade, and the larger service doors on Pelham Street.
The interior retains its pressed tin ceilings that were installed by
Wambolt in 1907, and are in excellent condition.

The building derives its unusual shape from the acute angle at the
lot’s west end where Pelham and Lincoln Street meet. This can be seen from the aerial
picture. The builder made use of this angle and the steep slope to put in a full
blind bay at this end of the building, where Wambolt’s business sign was originally
placed. This intersection is a major crossroads in Lunenburg, and
112-118 Lincoln Street acts as an introduction to the Lincoln and Pelham
Streets commercial district.

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Call Us Today: 617-267-1100

Our Lunenburg, NS Properties

About Lunenburg…


Lunenburg, NS, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, National Historic District, winner of the Communities in Bloom most beautiful small town in Canada, Prettiest Painted Places in Canada, Port City of the Year and Society of American Travel Writers’ awards. Picturesque Lunenburg lies nestled along the scenic shores of southern Nova Scotia one hour from Halifax and the international airport. Experience our way of life and work amidst historic architecture, attractions and amenities.

Lunenburg is the best surviving example of a planned British colonial settlement in North America. Established in 1753, it has retained its original layout and overall appearance, based on a rectangular grid pattern drawn up in the home country. The inhabitants have managed to safeguard the city's identity throughout the centuries by preserving the wooden architecture of the houses, some of which date from the 18th century.


Lunenburg is truly a walking town, with everything centrally located and just a short distance from one another. Stroll past the colourful heritage properties (in case you’re wondering, Nova Scotia’s fishing towns often painted their homes bright colours so as to be easily seen from the water), visit the many gift and artisan shops scattered throughout the town or enjoy an ice cream along its boardwalk. If the steep hills seem intimidating, you can take a horse and carriage ride with a driver who will gladly point out all of Lunenburg’s famous sites.

Lunenburg is also a haven for many artists who find inspiration in its surrounding beauty. Throughout the summer, the town hosts art festivals that showcase local artists’ range of media and subjects. July includes the Lunenburg Street Festival and Art Walk and the Nova Scotia Folk Art Festival, while the Lunenburg Folk Harbour Festival takes place in August, featuring traditional and contemporary folk music from around the province and region.

Learn more:

UNSECO
Explore Lunenburg
About Luneneburg
Board Of Trade
Lunenburg Region