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639 Stuart Highway, Berrimah

Standalone Investment Opportunity For Sale Price $ 4.8 million

This is an exceptional offering with a total lettable space of 1,560 sqms to two national tenants in a great location.

The standalone duplex has RSEA Pty Ltd as the anchor tenant, on a ten year Lease, while Clarke Rubber are on a 7 year Lease.

With ample car park spaces per tenancy and with attractive inclusions, this duplex is incomparable on the current property market.

High end external finishes such as high glass frontage set this complex further apart from other offerings.

Strategically positioned in the established business precinct Berrimah Business Park, now widely considered the geographic centre of the Greater Darwin Area.

Centrally located midway between Darwin, Casuarina and Palmerston’s CBD, its conveniently accessible via both the Stuart Highway and Tiger Brennan Drive.

Directly adjoining Darwin’s International Airport, it is only 5 km North of the East Arm Port and 5 km South East of Darwin’s Northern Suburbs.

In addition to the excellent access provided by the highway it also accommodates over 20,000 vehicles which pass this point each day.

There is an exceptional opportunity to purchase showroom/warehouses, offering outstanding returns, with quality tenants.

Opportunities like this don’t come along very often.

Contact Shun Hatton on 0414 282 100 or Cameron Charles on 0412 733 795 to obtain the IM containing the latest tax depreciation schedule.

$4.8 Million

ID# 41052112920

Property Type Office warehouse/Factory warehouse, Office/Showroom, Sales showrooms/Bulky goods
Building Area 1,560 sqm (approx)

Shun Hatton

Shun Hatton
08 8942 8942
0414 282 100

Cameron Charles

Cameron Charles
08 8942 8942
0412 733 795

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