PORTLAND VIC 3305
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- 16 Jan 2017
2451ML - WELCOME TO A HIGH EARN TOWN
The exclusive listing of this country property offers the best growth potential of any regional Victorian town.
- There's 29 well cleaned rooms presenting to a high budget level.
- Excellent street presentation.
- And ready for you to make a difference.
Portland is on its way to becoming a centre of industrial excellence. The busy port reflects in the demand for quality accommodation. The breadth of industry continues to grow. (It's where those wind turbines, that dot the countryside, are born.)
The FY 2015 average annual room yield for Portland was over $21,000 per room. (Source ABS) And there's 29 rooms. Time to grab that calculator.
Call us. Just call us.
Note: Unlike other states Victorian leasehold purchases do not attract state stamp duty, the lessee is not responsible for the lessor's land tax, vendor's personal guarantees do not apply at transfer, compulsory market review occurs at start of every option, and rent can move downward.
Contact Reg Partington from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection.
Property ID: 2451ML (quote when enquiring)
Location: Portland is situated on the far South West Coast of Victoria and offers a great range of activities including fantastic beaches, fishing, Whale watching, tours of aboriginal sites, shopping, history and botanical gardens. Portland has a great range of restaurants, cafes and takeaway food options as well as local shopping for those who prefer to self-cater.
The region is home to a diverse industry base, primarily manufacturing, primary production, community and health services, tourism, education, transport and retail sectors.
Portland's waterfront is alive with activity - see big ships from around the world come in to load up local produce and the local fishing fleet unload its catch. Take a ride on the foreshore cable tram, spot seals at Cape Bridgewater, watch blue whales off Cape Nelson or traverse the Great South West Walk.
The Port is served by both road and rail systems, which bypass the City of Portland to allow 24-hour access. It delivers $2.5 billion into the region and the nation each year - a figure that will continue to grow.
Property Code: 2027
1 Bligh street, SydneyGrade A
Building AmenitiesAvg. rent (net):$800 - $1000Avg. outgoings:$162Vacancy rate:13.5%Data from Colliers Edge.For information click hereMajor TenantsNabers energyAdditional information