“Trinity Convenience Store”
The owners of the Trinity Convenience have decided to retire form the business and are offering the building for sale, excluding fixtures, for $70,000. A great opportunity exists for an entrepreneur set up a commercial enterprise in this space to exploit the ever growing tourism business in the Trinity area. This structure is in the heart of the Historic precinct of Trinity and one may wish to change the façade of the building, in keeping with the town’s heritage guidelines, with the thoughts of conversion to residential suites or to a single family residence.
The two level structure totals 2880 sq. ft, and there is a two bedroom apartment on the lower level.
Visitors to this web site who may not be familiar with the area around Trinity referred to as the Trinity Bight can use the links with this listing to learn about the many attractions and activities in this outstanding part of Newfoundland. Visitors can enjoy the quiet ambience of a very historic town that has served as the headquarters of the salt fish trade for centuries. Many of the early buildings can still be seen, including the Lester Garland House and Store which was the 18th century fishing premises operated by a prominent Poole merchant family. In addition, there is a large selection of historic homes that have been very well preserved. Complemented by the Trinity Historical Society, the Museum, The Interpretation Centre located in an early 19th century home, The Historic Hiscock House, the many historic B&B’s, the craft shops, restaurants, etc, Trinity is indeed a very vibrant town. For the outdoor enthusiasts, the hiking is outstanding, whale tours are offered, the kayaking is excellent and icebergs pass by the historic harbour each year.
Theatre enthusiasts will be pleased to know that Rising Tide Theatre offers a summer festival in Trinity. Random Passage was filmed in the Trinity Bight and the site where Random Passage was filmed is open to the public. In addition, movie goers may have enjoyed seeing the sights and sounds of the Trinity Bight when watching Shipping News, which was filmed in the area.
Other activities in the area include the opportunity to play golf on a few exceptional course, and the opportunity to fish for trout and salmon in nearby lakes and rivers.
For addition information about the Trinity Bight, check out a few of these links and call Chris O’Dea at 709-685-6559 at any time to discuss this property listing
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Links to Trinity
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