TRAIN STREET CENTRAL - STAGE 2 RESIDENTIAL NOW SELLING
The original vision for Train Street Central to become an exciting mixed-use development and opportunity for local businesses in our community - is now a reality! With all the buzz surrounding the sold-out completion of Stage 1, Train Street Central is now occupied, and businesses are operating!
Train Street Central is located on the corner of Cambridge Crescent and Train Street in Broulee. Train Street Central is divided into three construction stages, incorporating a mix of office, retail, food spaces and north facing residential units. The concept of this mixed-use development is to act as a village centre mid-point between Moruya and Batemans Bay, catering for the growing population in the region. Stage 2 is comprised of four more luxurious two-storey two-bedroom townhouses and eight commercial units. Concept plans have been prepared for a potential Medical Centre and Cafe/Food Outlet to show prospective investors and businesses the endless possibilities.
In the past 15-20 years Broulee has transformed from a haven for holiday homes to a community enjoyed by families and retirees alike. Train Street Central will offer more to a community that currently caters for three of the region's major schools and one of the largest and still expanding retirement villages. It is envisaged that Train Street Central will add a further dimension to the community, creating more infrastructure for local businesses and tourists alike.
* Full bathroom - tiles full height * European appliances, dishwasher and Induction cooking * Carpet & Blinds to living room and bedrooms * Built-in wardrobes * Tiled kitchen * Extra-long garage plus lockable bike storage
COMMON PROPERTY INCLUSIONS: * 118 Car spaces * Garbage enclosures * Public toilet and shower * Bike wash bay * Smart car charging station * Amphitheatre * Undercover walkways * Fully landscaped
Train Street Central is ideally located and surrounded by a growing customer base offered by two nearby high schools, primary school, day care centres, expanding retirement village and the established township. The airport at Moruya is 8km away and offers flights to both Sydney and Melbourne. The coastline at Broulee is stunning with golden beaches and sheltered coves and has long been the favoured destination of both locals and visitors from Canberra, Queanbeyan and Country NSW. Interest in this development has brought early sales in both commercial and residential properties.
To register your interest or to find out more about this unique development becoming Broulee's commercial hub, please call Pat Jameson on 0405 442 905 or the First National Office on 02 4472 5566. trainstreetcentral.com.au
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