Great Investment Opportunity - high exposure residential /commercial property Steve Allen Property is delighted to offer 73 Bombala Street to the market. Known affectionately as 'Holden's General Store', the premises was built for retail on the ground level, and a separate residence on the first floor. Ground Floor Currently Cooma's Wholesale Batteries are the tenant with a long-term lease in place. The premises offer the business a high exposure location, plus a front show room and small office, and warehouse to the rear, thus would be attractive to many business enterprises. First Floor Residence Accessed by external steps, on entry you'll find a large east facing lounge room and open plan kitchen. Off the lounge is a large bedroom, complete with a large walk-in wardrobe. At the centre of the flat you'll find a large bathroom with instantaneous gas hot water, separate toilet and laundry. To the rear there are two additional bedrooms, both with built-in wardrobes. There is a large private open-air terrace which can be accessed from the a forth bedroom/study. The flat has been recently updated with new blinds and freshly painted. The rental return on the flat has been appraised at $260 per week, which makes this property an attractive investment. Or the buyer may choose to live upstairs and enjoy a healthy income from the retain tenant. All inspections are by private appointment with Steve Allen
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