The Broadway Centre, located in the idyllic village of Burringbar is an exceptionally well-constructed freehold property with excellent street front appeal. Built in 1994, the complex features 8 shops/suites.
Centrally positioned, overlooking Masterson Park between the Tweed and Byron Bay, Burringbar is a charming village set amongst rainforest, yet only minutes from the beaches - providing the best of both worlds.
The Broadway Centre has rear lane access and parking for 17 vehicles, all with three phase power and separate meter boxes. A pedestrian walkway under the roof line runs north-south on the east of the building from the front of Broadway Road to the garden, with the car park area at the rear of the building, plus the complex also includes three separate WC's plus a shower room. The property is connected to both Town Water and Sewerage.
Burringbar has a wonderful community spirit and the village businesses include a well-stocked General Store and Liquor Shop, Post Office, Quality Butcher, Chemist, Real Estate Office, Laundromat, Hairdresser, Motor Mechanic, Panel Beater and "Heath's" Ole Wares and Collectables. With all businesses offering old fashioned country hospitality and service, the village of Burringbar also boasts a Community Hall.
Located less than five minutes' drive is the village of Mooball, which has recently been rezoned to allow for approximately 250 new homes to be built in the existing village, which could potentially grow from 170 to 750 residents. This would bring new residents and increased business to its nearest village, Burringbar.
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