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Commercial, For Sale, Property, Industrial Factory, Varsity Lakes, Queensland

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8/53 Casua Drive Varsity Lakes QLD
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INDUSTRIAL FACTORY (197M2) plus, MULTI-PURPOSE USAGE

  EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE THIS FREEHOLD FACTORY - MULTIPURPOSE USAGE 197m2 building & Land 1 of 13 factories 3 car space allocation for this factory (whole carpark has 42 spaces) Mezzanine for office Structural plans for full mezzanine floor Suit Commercial / Industrial/light industrial use Tenanted till July with options to further lease or buy. Walking distance VarsityLakes Station  Well kept Tilt Panel Construction  3phase Power  Epoxy coated Floors 2 Electric Roller Doors Some Pallet Racks Visible from passing traffic on Reedy Creek Rd. Easy access to M1 Pacific Motorway  Ideal for your own purposes, or purchase as a commercial rental investment. DON'T MISS OUT - Owner selling at very reasonable price. Enquire today to find out more

 

EXCELLENT OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE THIS FREEHOLD FACTORY - MULTIPURPOSE USAGE

  • 197m2 building & Land
  • 1 of 13 factories
  • 3 car space allocation for this factory (whole carpark has 42 spaces)
  • Mezzanine for office
  • Structural plans for full mezzanine floor
  • Suit Commercial / Industrial/light industrial use
  • Tenanted till July with options to further lease or buy.
  • Walking distance VarsityLakes Station 
  • Well kept Tilt Panel Construction 
  • 3phase Power 
  • Epoxy coated Floors
  • 2 Electric Roller Doors
  • Some Pallet Racks
  • Visible from passing traffic on Reedy Creek Rd.
  • Easy access to M1 Pacific Motorway 

Ideal for your own purposes, or purchase as a commercial rental investment.

DON'T MISS OUT - Owner selling at very reasonable price.

Enquire today to find out more

Property Detail

Property ID:

15221

Type:

Commercial

240
Address:

8/53 Casua Drive Varsity Lakes QLD

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This property was sold
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