4/74 Simpson Street Beerwah QLD 4519
- 89 m²
- For Lease, $25,000 + gst + outgoings pa
Modern, spacious premises available now in the heart of the hinterland health hub in Beerwah township within a dedicated medical precinct
Situated in the heart of the Hinterland in the main street of the Beerwah township, these modern commercial premises give you the perfect opportunity to operate your business in a prime location.
Great street frontage on Simpson Street; right next door to thriving Aldi location
Dedicated reception area with doorbell/welcome chime and artwork feature wall
Open plan areas with an abundance of natural light and mirrors throughout
Dedicated consultation room with desk, two tub chairs and coffee table
Spacious consultation room with sink and storage cupboard
Separate kitchen area with raised bench perfect to use as team room for team members
Ability to reconfigure the space to fulfill your needs
Ducted air conditioning throughout
Located within the 'Hinterland Family Wellness Allied Health Centre', this tenancy is neighboured by medical/health businesses in the areas of Speech Pathology, Occupational Therapy, Dietitian + Nutritionist, Myotherapy & Adult Mental Health including:
Beyond Words Therapy Centre
The tenancy is ideally suited for a medical practitioner that is looking for modern, light filled premises in a prime location that benefits from its close proximity to the Sunshine Coast Health Precinct (30 minutes' drive) and provides scope for partnering with like-minded businesses within a local vicinity.
The desired tenants will be responsible for outgoings for the premises these can be provided to interested parties.
Please refer to the property walk-through video and floorplan for further information; private inspections can be arranged by contacting Amy Bennett on 0488 771 626.
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