9-11 Davis Avenue, Nhill
THE ICONIC NOSKE FLOUR MILL
The Noske Flour Mill itself, is one of the most striking structures in Nhill’s skyline. Located to the north of the Melbourne - Adelaide rail line with frontage to Davis Avenue, Nhill. The site is within 400m of the commercial centre of Nhill. Believed to have been built circa 1919-1920, it became one of the largest freestanding concrete structures in the southern hemisphere 20 years later when an enormous concrete silo was added. The premise consists of a large galvanised iron clad building including a small office area. Mainly used as a structure to store bulk materials like various grains and food products. These three specific concrete silos share a total capacity of approximately 6,000 tonne of wheat and an area of 840m². The Iconic Noske Flour Mill has a raw, brutal beauty that attracts many. There is a certain allure about the site, you cannot help but gaze up and admire this impressive structure.
Open your mind and embrace the many possibilities this unique property presents. Other than its use as a grain storage facility, as a potential purchase STCA this site could be converted and transformed into a history rich Tourism centre, sought after Function area or even a grand Museum. Once you step inside, you will be filled with awe and overwhelmed with the unrealised opportunity it presents.