11 Meaden Street Southbank

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Funky Fitted Office Building

This three level office offers a modern architect design located in a desirable Southbank cul-de-sac. A gross building area of 831 square metres
features large, open plan office spaces opening to useful outdoor areas. This three level building offers great flexibility of use with the ground floor ideal for storage or secure on-site car parking of up to 8 cars(tandem)
which is supplemented by 2 undercover exterior spaces.
The first floor features polished concrete floors, designer lighting and full separate amenities that includes a shower.
The top floor boasts lofty ceilings complimented by polished timber floors with dedicated reception area and full separate
amenities again including a shower.
The top floor also includes as part of the sale
an NEC telephone system capable of handling up to 48 handsets and 30
lines, fully equipped modular work stations, office chairs & quality purpose built cabinetry.
Air-conditioned and CAT5 cabled throughout, this property represents a turn-key opportunity to acquire cutting edge architectural design in a highly desirable,
commercial pocket of South Melbourne/Southbank which is advantaged by easy on-street car parking, excellent access to the CBD, City Link, Westgate, & South Eastern freeways and with the added convenience of the Light Rail and Met Bus right on your door step.
In the event the property were to be purchased as an investment the building can be easily split into 2 tenancies with secure intercom entries for both levels, the anticipated rental return would be in the vicinity of $123,000.00 net per annum.
Zoning Industrial 1

Property Features

  • Building Size : 831 m2
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Property ID: 3154027

John Pratt

John Pratt

+61412 350 828

Contact Office

Dixon Kestles & Co Pty Ltd

161 Park Street

SOUTH MELBOURNE 3205

T 03 9690 3488

F 03 9699 4581

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