21a McLean Street Coolangatta
Lease: $750.00 per Week
HUGE 150m2 GROUND FLOOR RETAIL OPPOSITE HOTEL AND POST OFFICE
SUITABLE FOR ANY RETAIL, HIRE, OFFICES, MASSAGE, OR ANY BUSINESS REQUIRING HIGH EXPOSURE
ALSO AVAILABLE FOR SHORT TERM POP-UP (3 months minimum)
RIGHT OPPOSITE THE FAMOUS COOLANGATTA SANDS HOTEL
WITH A PEDESTRIAN CROSSING TO YOUR FRONT DOOR!
- Large 150sqm ground floor area
- Ample customer parking on street
- Wide footpath with pleasant garden setting
- Current configuration incorporates open space plus offices/treatment rooms
- Well presented and refurbished interior
- Separate front and rear access points
- Carport at rear of building
- Massive local and tourist customer base at the doorstep
- Available now!
Would suit many types of retail or Professional Offices.
Surrounding shops include Antiques and Collectables, Clothing, Hair and Beauty, Lawyers and more.
Attractive Lease terms available
Incredibly cheap rent at only $750pw + GST incl outgoings for 150M2
For further information please contact Exclusive Agent, Greg Cook, DJ Stringer Property Services.
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: 150 m2
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76 Griffith Street
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