LARGE BLOCK: Bidding started around $500,000 before the site of the Telstra Exchange in Merewether’s Ridge Street sold for $995,000 at auction on April 11.The well-known Telstra exchange in Merewether’s Ridge Street attracted plenty of interest before selling at auction this month for $995,000.
The property,operating as an exchange and data centre, was among five offered for sale at the in-room auction event held in Ray White Commercial’s Sydney CBD head office on April 11.
The site, marketed by Ray White Commercial Newcastle,totalling735 square metres in size and leased to Telstra until 2022 offeredfuture development potential.
Ray White Commercial Newcastle are marketing 208 Pacific Highway, Swanseaas“a once in a lifetime opportunity”.
This property in Swansea’s main street has highway exposure, a large open floor plan and vaults left by the Commonwealth Bank.
It has a zoning that allows for variousbusiness uses. The site is 592 square metres in size, has a B2 Local Centre zoning and is adjacent to Coles Shopping Centre.
It is set for auction on May 2 at 6pm in rooms at Ray White Newcastle on Hunter Street.
RARE OFFERING IN INDUSTRIAL ESTATEBidding is expected to start in the high $900,000s for a fully air conditioned building in the heart of a busy industrial estate in Beresfield’s Pippita Close.
UNUSUAL: Bidding is expected to start in the high $900,000s for a fully air conditioned building in the heart of a busy industrial estate.
The property at 1/1 Pippita Close is being marketed by Raine & Horne Commercial on behalf of the C3 Church and is set for auction on May 8.
According to Steven Dick, director of Raine & Horne Commercial,“this style of building is not for everyone but conversion to a temperature-controlled warehouse would be relatively easy as the there is plenty of wall space to cut roller doors”.
EXPOSURE: Raine & Horne Commercial are marketing a large site at 354 Maitland Road, Hexham, set for auction on May 8.
Raine & Horne are marketing a large site at 354 Maitland Road, Hexham, also set for auction on May 8.
It has a site size of 2800 square metres with a 50m frontage and two driveways.
It is for sale for the first time since the late 1980s.
“This truly is a little gem that provides a relatively small business to get in amongst some big traders and benefit from the exposure this position offers,” Mr Dick said.