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41 Victoria Parade, Port Augusta


Auction Location: Online Openn.

For sale by Openn Negotiation (flexible conditions online auction). The Openn Negotiation is under way and the property can sell at any time. Contact Michael Rowbottom immediately to become qualified and avoid disappointment. Open to all buyers, including finance, subject to seller approval.

The Vendor is desperate to sell! It's residential and commercial! Upstairs living accommodation and a fantastic commercial freehold property prominently located on one of the busiest roads in Port Augusta. Previously set up as a long established and highly regarded auto electrical business known as "Ralphs". Would also suit a wide variety of other business types who could benefit from the high volume vehicle traffic and potential customers right at their front door. Also offers ability to live on premises. The building comprises well equipped modern workshop, reception & office areas, excellent stock storage capacity, high quality enclosed workshop bays together with appropriate 5.5m height for trucks and larger vehicles. The property also features upstairs accommodation comprising three bedrooms,lounge, kitchen/dining & bathroom. Spacious and well built construction throughout. A rare opportunity for the right person or business. Spacious and well built construction throughout. A rare opportunity for the right person or business. Register as a bidder now!

ID# 41735130001

Land Area 967 sqm

Wed 28 Oct, 7:30pm

Property Type Industrial/Warehouse, Offices, Other, Retail/Office, Sales showrooms/Bulky goods
Building Area 300 sqm (approx)

Michael Rowbottom

Michael Rowbottom
0412 399 366

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