Price: $18,000
Property Type: Retail
Floor Area: 140 m2
Carports: 8
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High Profile Retail Tenancy with Free Off-street Parking. Perfect For Hairdresser/Beauty Services.

Highly visible, easily accessible retail outlet.

140 square metres of total floor space. Outlet has large window frontage and is therefore bright and cheerful. Includes separate office and toilet/ wash room.

The rear half of the property (54 square metres) has already been set up as a hairdresser with tiled floor, sinks, plumbing and mirror.

The front half of the property is a large (86 square metres) carpeted room that has previously been used for yoga, fitness classes or show room.

Internal walls can be added or removed to meet tenant's needs.

Large un-metered car park directly in front of the premises. Enough room for approx. 15 vehicles.

Customers can easily park right next to the front door. Easy access will bring increased patronage.

Forbes St is one of Devonport's main arterial routes. Plenty of vehicular traffic, but relatively slow moving due to close proximity to schools and Steele St intersection. Easy for customers to access car park.

Additional parking for staff at the rear of the premises.

Storage Sheds located at rear of premises that can be rented at very competitive rates, if additional storage space is required.

Adjacent to successful businesses; Take Away Food Outlet, Milk Bar, Locksmith and Consultants.

Pay for first month's rent and get the second month rent free.

Rent per month is $1500 (Including GST). We pay all council rates, water/ sewage fees, land tax, building insurance and we maintain all fire fighting equipment. The rent on this property is highly competitive compared to other properties in the Devonport commercial market.

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