Business owners - are you ready to branch out to multiple locations? or do you have a brilliant business concept ready to become a reality?
- Your business has found the perfect home.
A disability friendly space on the ground floor is now available in the Train Street Central complex. North facing windows create a solar passive sun filled space for the professional office or personal training studio/gym in the heart of Broulee.
119m2 with full bathroom including shower and a sizeable kitchenette makes your fit out an inexpensive affair.
This space is positioned with main street frontage, situated right in the middle of three schools and two day-care centres, the opportunities are endless for the savvy business person with a big imagination and drive to get in at the beginning of what is going to be a landmark development for the Broulee community.
The hard work has already been done for you with everything ready to go apart from the flooring and your signage!
shower and toilet
light filled and north facing
Main road exposure
Lets make this work - the lessor would love to find terms that fit the right tenant - call me today to arrange an inspection.
$550 - $570 per week (based on terms) + GST and outgoings
Net Lettable Area from 119 m<sup>2</sup>
Reverse Cycle a/c
No open times scheduled. Contact Agent to arrange a viewing.
Property Type:Retail, Office, Retail, Other Commercial
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