Price: $44,200 +OG +GST if applicable
Property Type: Industrial
Floor Area: 355 m2
Carports: 6
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Showroom + Offices + Warehouse + Workshop

Great location in the light industrial zone of Raymond Terrace and in close proximity to McDonalds & Supercheap Auto (200m), Aldi, Dan Murphys, Repco & Bursons (300m).

FOR LEASE Units 1-2 / 9 Carmichael St Raymond Terrace, NSW. Unless the office block (Unit 1) is requested separately, both units are to be leased combined. Units 1 & 2 are connected by an internal fire door (lockable from both sides).

Perfectly suited to a business that requires display, fitting or servicing. e.g. truck, motorcycle, 4WD or car related. Well appointed for a variety of uses including professional offices, showroom, bulky goods, warehouse or retail.

Secure, gated parking plus the added potential of an onsite caretaker's residence (subject to approval).

Buildings are 150mm tilt slab construction, mostly air-conditioned & recently fitted out. Both units are connected to 3 phase power and feature LED lighting throughout.

• 80m² Ground floor. Showroom, reception area & office, disabled half bathroom & airlock/ laundry.
• 80m² First floor. Full bathroom, kitchen and offices.
• 50m² Service / spare parts counter incl. cabinets and counter. Sink and a full bathroom. Epoxy floor.
• 100m² Workshop or warehouse. Powered roller shutter and security bollards. LED highbays. Epoxy floor.
• 50m² Mezzanine.

Rent is $850 p/w + outgoings + GST if applicable. Price will be negotiable for a long term tenant with a higher security bond.

Call now to arrange an appointment to inspect.

COMMENTS: Within a fully fenced complex of 3 units, this property is in a prime location and ideal for a variety of light industrial uses. The owner may consider selling outright the entire complex.

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