FOR SALE: 61-67 Plymouth Road, Wingfield South Australia

FOR SALE:  61-67 Plymouth Road, Wingfield South Australia

VERSATILE FACTORY, WAREHOUSE OF 5,346 SQM* ON A SUBSTANTIAL LAND HOLDING OF 13,000 SQM* (1.3 HA)

61-67 Plymouth Road is offered under instructions by Macquarie Gordon & Co (Receiver and Manager Appointed) for definite sale and features:
~ Versatile facilities which are suitable to a broad range of uses (STC).
~ Quality air-conditioned offices and amenities.
~ High clearance warehouse/workshop facilities with multiple roller door access.
~ Large land offering a generous 41% site coverage.

~ Ample laydown/hardstand areas and wash bay.
~ Full B-Double access around the facility via multiple access points to Plymouth Road (B-Double vehicles are permitted on Plymouth Road)
~ Fully fenced and secure site.
~ Strategic location in one of Adelaide’s most sought after industrial precincts providing efficient access to major road, rail and shipping freight routes.
~ A Fundamentally Outstanding Opportunity!
~ View at www.realcommercial.com.au/500332687

Offered by Expressions of Interest closing Thursday 2 August 2012 at 4.00pm. For more detailed information or to arrange an inspection of the property please contact:-

David Reid
M: 0418 810 865
E: david.reid@cbre.com.au

Jon Nitschke
M: 0407 904 660
E: jon.nitschke@cbre.com.au

 

 

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