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43 Commercial Street, Takaka


$585,000+GST (if any)

In a prime location in the centre of Takaka township, 43 Commercial Street, stands up high overlooking the main car park of the town.

Set on an area of 596sqm, this building has its own water supply via bore and is on main sewerage.

Well maintained both inside and out, there are two very strong tenants and leases in place, offering a good return on your investment.

At the front of the building, the tenant is a popular hairdresser. There is a small pleasant entrance area with the remaining area fitted out with a capacity for four clients. There is a small office and separate toilet & a large storage area, as well as product preparation area. The area is complimented with a tidy kitchen which has access to a shaded deck outside.

The entrance at the back of the building leads into a large light waiting room which has two consulting rooms as well as a storage area and two separate toilets.

The polished timber floors throughout the building are a lovely feature and the interior has been well maintained and is clean and bright. Both areas have individual heat pumps.

Copies of tenancy agreements will be provided under cover of a confidentiality agreement.

The TDC information and aerial provided, includes one title and a portion of the land value of the rating valuation, of which is not being sold with this property.

Please Note: This property is now Under Contract.

$585,000+GST (if any)

ID# 46010113825

Land Area 596 sqm

Property Type Commercial Land, Office to Buy
Council Zoning Commercial
Council Rate $2,942
Building Area 150 sqm (approx)
CV $415,000

Belinda J Barnes

Belinda J Barnes


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