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Rarely offered Eagle Farm industrial freestander smashes $3M

A MODERN freestanding office/warehouse in Eagle Farm has sold with vacant possession for $3.08M at 30 Eagleview Place following a successful expressions of interest campaign.

The 2,146sq m* regular-shaped site was improved by a 1,396sq m* tilt panel concrete office/warehouse in arguably the most sought-after location in the Australia TradeCoast precinct.

The asset was marketed and sold by Ray White Commercial Queensland Associate Director – Industrial Transactions Dan Costello.

Mr Costello said the opportunity on offer was well respected and the campaign garnered interest from a range of potential buyers.

“We had more than 25 enquiries throughout the campaign and finished with seven offers, with the lucky purchaser a local owner occupier,” he said.

“This freestander has everything a small to medium business with a warehouse requirement could possibly want, with ample off-street car parking and excellent truck turning capabilities.

“The property features a 513sq m* office/showroom area over two levels and comes with staff kitchens and toilets over both floors.

“The 883sq m* column-free warehouse was a real selling point, with a heavy-duty mezzanine floor over a workshop and a single electric container-height roller shutter.

“The location was recognised well by the market as it’s within seven radial kilometres from Brisbane CBD.

“Prospective buyers appreciated the close proximity to Brisbane Airport that’s only 9.4km* away, the Port of Brisbane being 17.3km* away and Brisbane Cruise Terminal a mere 2.9km* away.”

*Approximately.

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