AFFORDABLE OFFICE ACCOMMODATION - FORMER CALL CENTRE
Type: FOR SALE
Building Area: 165
- 3 offices plus meeting room
- Reception area
- Male and female amenities
- 2 allocated car parking spaces plus visitor parking on site
- Ducted reverse cycle air throughout
- Fully carpeted
- Front and rear access
HOME OFFICE OR CONSULTING ROOMS
CAN LIVE ON PREMISES
High profile property in Main Road (Adelaide Road) next to Dodds Deli
Plenty of off street and on street parking
4 Large office and fully equipped kitchen
Ideal for Retail office o
IDEAL FOR ANY INDUSTRIAL OR COMMERCIAL VENTURES
OVER HALF AN ACRE (2008 SQM)
COUNCIL APPROVAL IS FOR 590 SQUARE METRE SHED WITH PARTITIONS WITH TWO TOILET BLOCKS
PLANS SHOW PROPERTY WITH PARKING FOR 13 VEHICLES
EXCENTLY LOCATED IN NEW INDUS
Unique opportunity to re-build business from start while living on premises
Long Established Roadhouse with excellent prospects for future growth
Kleenheat agent, YP Coaches agent,
Incomes from Fuel, LP Gas, Fast Food outlet (was only one in tow
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TAKE ONE OR TAKE BOTH!
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This great property is a sure way to secure your financial future. With 2 buildings on one title the diverse purposes are endless. Currently occupied by long standing government tenants who wish to continue to occupy the premises, you are set with a
You can follow in the footsteps of Property royalty and be a part of the world Renowned “Ruston Roses” complex, which is in a class of its own.
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Lyrup is a junction where the Mighty River Murray and Pike River meet. Originally two government officers chose the current site where Lyrup is perched upon the clay banks of the peaceful River Murray and started a settlement in early 1894.