The arrival of the property to the market provides astute occupiers with a superb opportunity to secure versatile, conveniently located and very affordable commercial accommodation, within the well regarded and established commercial/industrial precinct of Bayswater.
The offering comprises a land holding of 1,007sqm* supporting improvements of circa 608sqm* plus a mezzanine level of 38sqm*^. The improvements are constructed in a combination of brick & metal cladding elevations, concrete flooring and a insulated metal deck roof. The roofing incorporates a ‘saw tooth’ feature, with infill glazing, providing excellent natural light. The warehouse further benefits from an evaporate air-conditioning system complemented by two (2) large wall mounted industrial fans. The office component incorporates a walk-in kitchen with both male & female amenities and is air-conditioned with direct access to the warehouse. The property further benefits from a security system including CCTV and an alarm.
The warehouse component of the building can be accessed via four (4) large sliding doors from Munt Street and three (3) sliding doors from the carriage way along the western boundary of this site. Further to the carriage way extends to the rear yard which flows onto Munt Street, providing superb vehicular manoeuvrability.
The City of Bayswater advises the property is zoned “General Industry” under their Local Planning Scheme No 24, allowing for a variety of proposed uses. Proponents must complete their own enquiries with the City of Bayswater in regard to the prevailing zoning and their proposed use of the property.
Services available to the property include water and electricity supply (180amps -200amps), with the property utilising a septic tank waste system. The front of parking area which can accommodate up to six (6) vehicles is of concrete finish and secured by tubular fencing with access provided via an electric gate. Perimeter access ways are also of a concrete finish.
For further information on this opportunity, please contact Franco Gangemi.