Deadline Sale (will not be sold prior) 4pm, Wed 13…
To be sold by deadline sale (by 13 Jul)
430 pine avenue south new brighton
The Beachside Boys are super excited to bring to the market 430 Pine Avenue, on the edge of South New Brighton and Southshore. This property is being sold “as is, where is” and represents one of the most exciting opportunities in the beachside suburbs we have seen in a number of years.
In short, the total property consists of two units all on one title. The cafe space offers a large open plan space, commercial kitchen, bedroom/ office, one bathroom, two toilets, wheelchair access ramp, outdoor area and a children’s play area.
Having already been used as a cafe premise which was known to locals as Seahorse Cafe, all the services including the commercial kitchen and wheelchair ramp are still in place and the large open plan design makes a great opportunity for an aspiring cafe owner. Within the cafe unit, there are two toilets, one being wheelchair friendly and a bedroom/office perfect for anyone looking to run a home business. There is the added bonus of a separate unit offering two bedrooms, one living downstairs, a study, one bathroom, kitchen, dining and living room overlooking the estuary.
What makes the property so unique is the fact that it’s zoned commercial, more specifically commercial local. Options are abundant. Under current council rules chapter 15.5.1 there are over 16 potential uses for the land. Please refer to a town planner to clarify if your intentions will be accepted prior to auction day.
What makes this opportunity even greater in South New Brighton and Southshore lack local shops. Since the Bridge Street shops were demolished and The Bach was sold back in 2012, there has been nothing to service locals other than the service station, schools and dairy. Let’s not forget the numbers this business would be servicing. This business has the opportunity to serve over 3000 local residents.
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