Colliers International is pleased to offer for sale via Expressions of Interest, 14-18 College Road, Kent Town, a charming character office situated on the corner of College Road and Little Rundle Street within the blue-chip inner eastern suburb of Kent Town.
With unrivalled growth and popularity in the Kent Town precinct, there is no better time to gain a foothold in what is fast becoming one of metropolitan Adelaides most desirable locations.
14-18 College Road, Kent Town offers high quality character office improvements, on the doorstep of the Adelaide CBD, suitable for either owner occupation or as an investment.
The key features of this offering include:
Stunning adaptable office building of 253 sqm* (GLA) Offered with vacant possession Potential to be split into three separate tenancies 5 valuable on-site car parks 448sqm* regular shaped site Frontages to both College Road and Little Rundle Street A short 2.5km* from the Adelaide GPO
14-18 College Road, Kent Town is offered for sale by Expressions of Interest closing Thursday 8 October 2020 at 3.00pm (ACST). For further information or to arrange an inspection, please contact the exclusive marketing agents.
No open inspections scheduled.
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Block Size:448 m²*
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