Beachside Retail Opportunity in Established Arcade
8/331-335 Barrenjoey Road, Newport NSW 2106
$85,000 + GST Net
Ground level retail premises situated in a busy little retail arcade with well established cafes, restaurants and hairdressers. The arcade has excellent street frontage to Barrenjoey Road and benefits from a high volume of pedestrian traffic between the street front shops and rear car park.
The complex has consistently generated a high level of occupancy due to strong support from locals and an abundance of on grade parking conveniently located directly to the rear of the complex.
* Flexible usage & floor plan with central bar * Floor to ceiling glass * Large kitchen area with grease trap and ventilation * Internal Male and female amenities * Outdoor seating capability of up to 12 seats * 3 air-conditioning units * Great signage opportunities * Approx. Outgoings $7,896 * per annum
Positioned on Western side of Barrenjoey Road in Newport, and is nestled in this beach side suburb's busy & vibrant restaurant hub. Close to the bus stop, other eateries, BWC, and the council car park. Barrenjoey road provides access to the greater Northern Beaches from Avalon to Manly. Only 500 metres to Newport Beach, 2.3km to Royal Prince Alfred Yacht Club, and 1.2km to Newport Public School.
Call Paul Cunningham on 0413 161 661 or Liam Washburn on 0408 033 330 today for your inspection.
**All prices are per annum and quoted areas/measurements are approximations only**
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