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116 Edith Street, Innisfail

COMMERCIAL FREEHOLD - BE SEEN BY EVERYONE!

* Main street exposure

* Solid concrete building with new roof in 2006

* Centrally located between Bunnings and Coles

Adjoining Bunnings and across the road from Coles, this commercial freehold building is in a prime location, with main street frontage near the corner of Edith Street and the Bruce Highway. Be seen by everyone that drives through Innisfail!

Made up of showroom space, a large office and warehouse storage, the building covers 306m2 and sits on a 592m2 block of land. If you need more storage, there’s an additional 92m2 of storage space on the mezzanine level.

This building is solid; built in 1947 with 8-12 inch concrete walls and a new roof (2006). There are 30 recently installed solar panels located on the roof, providing energy efficiency for the owners.

Other key features of the property:

- Fully tiled and air-conditioned throughout the showroom space and office

- Full kitchen in the office

- Vehicular access for deliveries and staff parking via a laneway beside Bunnings

- Currently occupied by Innisfail Chemex and Pool Super Store

- Separate male and female toilets

This is a great opportunity to purchase a commercial building with high profile Bruce Highway frontage. Take your commercial portfolio or business to the next level! This could be all yours for $795,000.

Contact Exclusive Marketing Agents Tim Rampton 0498 877 055 and Jodie Rampton 0498 877 050 with questions, or for a viewing.

$795,000

ID# 41034112864


Property Type Office warehouse/Factory warehouse
Council Zoning commercial industry
Council Rate $5,700

Tim Rampton

Tim Rampton
0498 877 055

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