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13A Bent Street, Wingham


On behalf of our clients, First National Commercial are pleased to offer for sale or lease, 13A Bent Street, Wingham NSW.

One the areas most recognised commercial buildings, this freehold asset has been immaculately restored to reflect the buildings original modernist character and stunning features.

Located within the historical and thriving business centre of Wingham NSW, this building was constructed in 1957 and was home to the ES&A Bank until the 1970’s then occupied by the ANZ Bank.

In 2016, the building was refurbished and many of its original features restored including:

# 140sqm approx over two levels

# Located on 252sqm of Land

# Substantial street appeal

# Sandstone entry foyer and facade

# Restored Victorian Ash timber features and original building colours

# Commercial fitout including two private offices, meeting room plus open plan office workstation area

# Brand new staff kitchen amenities including dishwasher and stainless steel benches

# Male and Female bathrooms

# Private rear courtyard

Located in the Commercial Zoning of B2 Local Centre and suitable for ongoing commercial, retail and similar usages (STCA), this rare Manning Valley asset is one to appeal to both owner occupiers or investors.

For Sale - $349,000 or

For Lease - $25,000pa + GST plus outgoings

For Full particulars or to arrange an inspection, please contact Dan Shultz on 0408 653 022

$349,000- or For Lease $25,000pa + GST plus outgoings

ID# 41857121141

Land Area 252 sqm

Property Type Retail/Office, Medical/Consulting rooms, Office only
Council Zoning B2 - Local Centre
Council Rate $2,295
Water Rate $1,321
Building Area 140 sqm (approx)

Dan Shultz

Dan Shultz
0408 653 022

Jason Bowen

Jason Bowen
0417 674 028

Troy McCormack

Troy McCormack
0447 611 541

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