We have have over 2 Commercial Real Estate & Properties for Sale in brassall QLD. Some of the Close Suburbs are 18 Commercial Properties for Sale , 13 in RIPLEY, 8 in RACEVIEW, 7 in WEST IPSWICH, 6 in FERNVALE, 6 in YAMANTO, 5 in BOOVAL, 5 in NORTH IPSWICH, 4 in BUNDAMBA, 3 in WULKURAKA, 3 in NEWTOWN, 3 in SOUTH RIPLEY, 2 in DEEBING HEIGHTS
2 Commercial Real Estate & Properties in Brassall are listed in 2 categories. We have 1 Development LandsSale and 1 Retail ShopsSale .
Balance of Emerald Hills Estate in highly popular northern Ipswich suburb of Brassall only 6km north of the Ipswich CBD Layout reflecting 99 townhouses over 2 stages (^STCA) Approximately 4.22ha of developable area In close proximity to a variety of shopping, educational and recreation facilities $900,000 culvert already constructed on site providing inter connectivity Potential for 3Ha Park Credits Tony Williams 0411 822 544 Mark Creevey 0408 992 222 approximately ^Subject to Council Approval This property is being sold by Expressions of Interest therefore a price guide cannot be provided. The website may have filtered the property into a price bracket for website functionality purposes.
Prominently located at the corner of Pine Mountain Road and Barkell Street Ipswich, 90 96 Pine Mountain Road provides an easy to access convenience offer which targets the substantial traffic flows to and from the Ipswich CBD, Ipswich's northern suburbs and the three schools located at nearby Hunter Street. Recently refurbished, the subject centre has a high profile outbound location, offers ease of access and attracts patronage with a solid convenience mix underpinned by a solid IGA supermarket offering. 90 96 Pine Mountain Road Brassall offers: An investment property positioned on a highly trafficked street with an out bound corner position in Queensland's fastest growing city; An investment size and a NET return which far exceeds that of residential property or fixed interest ideal for long term investment; Several exit strategies such as breaking the title into smaller investments (STCA), future site amalgamation with adjoining owners and possibly redevelopment; A central position in a long established growing trade area of some 11,000 residents with exposure to substantial vehicular and footpath traffic; Comprising 14 tenancies, many with a long term history in the centre, the subject centre provides substantial income stability through the tenant quantity and tenant diversity losing one of the tenants won't decimate the income stream; Rent levels which allow for substantial future income growth and which provide long term tenant stability as reflected by the lack of rental arrears; Having been recently refurbished, the subject centre requires little (if any) capital expenditure; Income growth through converting current gross leases to future net leases.