This property is positioned in Berrimah about 13 km from the CBD, right in the heart of the greater Darwin area. It is about a 10 minute drive to Darwin CBD, Palmerston and Casuarina and enjoys easy access to major transport corridors including Stuart Highway, Vanderlin Drive, Berrimah Rd, Amy Johnson Avenue and Tiger Brennan Drive. The property consists of a showroom, reception area and office space, spread over 2 levels and a large adjoining clearspan warehouse on a 4,300m2 lot. The warehouse enjoys easy access via wide, high clearance sliding doors to the rear and side. Office has male & female toilets, and upstairs has kitchen, toilet and shower amenities. The property has a secure, 2 car garage and the ample carpark, and hardstand is fully sealed. The rear of the property faces the Stuart highway, positioning the site as a strategic location with exposure to high volumes of traffic each day. The property is fully fenced. Area under title, 4320m2 Clearspan warehouse 943m2 approx Wide, high clearance sliding doors to rear and side of warehouse. Downstairs showroom and reception area 113m2 approx. Upstairs office space 86.5m2 approx Easy access off Pruen Rd Toilets and shower in reception/office area Secure dual carport Ample parking Hardstand Rear exposure to Stuart Highway
This versatile warehouse complex is centrally located and would be an attractive option to a range of industries or an astute investor. For further information or to arrange an inspection, please contact the Agent or Email: email@example.com
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