Mr Milne said the site’s position in the heart of Mirrabooka’s town centre presented versatile development options.
“The opportunity to acquire future development potential in the centre of Mirrabooka is expected to attract strong buyer interest, particularly given the current master planning and development underway in the suburb,” Mr Milne said.
“The State Government has invested significantly in Mirrabooka, with its multimillion-dollar Metronet project expected to make it an attractive time to develop in the area.”
Mr McGinnity said the property’s substantial landholding presented a myriad of development options, including restoring it as a popular tavern.
“Given the existing buildings on site, there is the possibility to revive and restore it to its former glory as a tavern or bottle shop, capitalising on its attractive large format retail liquor potential and position amongst surrounding retail and commercial properties,” Mr McGinnity explained.
The property is being offered for sale via Offers Invited closing Thursday, 5 October 2017.
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