The former Deniliquin Mitsubishi building in End St, which has been vacant for at least five years, will go under the hammer on August 30.TYLA HARRINGTON August 1, 2014 3:56am
The former Deniliquin Mitsubishi building in End St, Deniliquin is on the market.
Located at the entrance of Memorial Park — opposite the Coach House Hotel Motel — 91-97 End St will go under the hammer on August 30 and has an upset price of $280,000.
The solid brick building, which has been vacant for at least five years, was once earmarked as an ideal location for a ute museum, however the idea was never progressed.
Selling agent Lester Wheatley says the building is suitable for multiple uses subject to council approval and has potential ‘‘limited only by your imagination’’.
‘‘It could be used for things like manufacturing, offices, warehousing or displaying something,’’ Mr Wheatley said.
‘‘There’s fantastic opportunities for the building because it’s on half-an-acre and in a high traffic flow area.
‘‘The local economy situation appears to be improving at the moment with potential developments like the abattoir and ethanol plant .
Mr Wheatley said it was the first time the building had been brought to auction and that the owners ‘‘are very serious’’ about selling.
The building includes a 470m2 solid brick workshop and a 940m2 canopy-covered display area, together with administration offices, service bay, parts store and ablution facilities.
The auction will be held from noon on site.
For more information or to arrange an inspection phone Mr Wheatley on 0419
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