3 Tooth Street, Mitchell is a freestanding building measuring a total of 538sqm, comprising contemporary showroom, high grade upper floor office space and two separate warehouses to the rear.
The ground floor showroom is a modern space comprising a reception, boardroom, kitchen, bathroom and shower with polished concrete floors and floating timber stairs with contemporary black steel bannister leading to the upper floor. The upper floor office comprises five separate carpeted spaces with LED lighting and lounge area. The office space is carpeted throughout. The showroom and offices benefit from zoned air conditioning and heating, an alarm system and a 'Sonos' sound system throughout the ceilings.
To the rear of the property is an exclusive yard area leading to two separate warehouses, each measuring approximately 140sqm accessed via a 3.2m X 3.2m chain operated roller door and swing door. The warehouses are clear span with 6m - 7m clearance and comprise office space to the rear plus a toilet, kitchen and shower.
Mitchell is an extremely tightly held industrial suburb in Northern Canberra, located on the light rail route between Civic, the Inner North and Gungahlin Town Centre. The property would suit a number of users in the trades and services sector.
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Industrial Size:538 m²*
*These are approximate values based on available information.
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