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STREET TALK: Forsyth Street with Mikkali

– Hi guys, it’s Mikkali from PRD and welcome to this week’s Street Talk. This week we are in Forsyth Street.

Forsyth Street was named after George Forsyth, originally a Storekeeper at Tarcutta, who later settled in Wagga in August 1855. He acquired a general store in Fitzmaurice Street, which is now known as Riverina Salon Supplies. George Forsyth became a wholesale distributor in 1868 when he opened his ‘Bonded Store’ in Kincaid Street in 1868. This site was then occupied by Barclays Radiator Service in 1969, and now by the Mantra Pavilion Hotel. In addition, he conducted an auctioneering and stock and station agency business. Afterwards, owning several grazing properties. George Forsyth was the First Mayor of the Borough of Wagga Wagga, holding office from 1870 to 1874.

We currently have 162B Forsyth street on the market. Built to an exceptional level, this stunning, new townhouse situated in the center of town. Listed with Mark Kennedy, for $755,000, you can organize a private inspection, if you’d like to take a look through. Thanks for watching this week’s episode of Street Talk, see you next week.