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Prominent Riccarton Site For Sale

For immediate use – April 8 2008

Prominent Riccarton Site For Sale

The premises owned by CCS Disability Action in Riccarton are about to get a new lease of life.

The Kilmarnock Street buildings were purpose built in the 1970s to provide offices, meeting rooms and, later, a pre-school.
Refurbishment and additions have made room for more services and clients, but CCS Disability Action is about to move to
larger premises – so this property is for sale.

Simes marketing agent Peter Cook says the property has a high land value and lends itself to continued use as office spaces.

“The buildings are well suited to training, meeting rooms or a professional services centre,” he says.

“The three main buildings are separate but linked by wide corridors, so they offer flexible uses and might appeal to a variety
of professional practices using a common administration and reception area.

“There are secured courtyards in front and to the north of the building and also beside what has been the playcentre area.
There is a drive under canopy for loading and unloading, as well as a separate garage.”

The land area at 27 Kilmarnock Street totals 3100 sq,m and the buildings occupy 1100 sq m. The site is bordered by a wide
driveway, 19 off-street parks and drive-through access.

It has an asking price of $1,775,000.

ENDS –

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