360 Victoria Street, north melbourne
Retail Shop and Dwelling Opportunity in Prime Inner North Location
Offering both character and a prime location, this double story premises offers a myriad of options to astute tenants. Whether you’re looking to start that new venture, or expand your current empire, this location offers immediate credibility and a ready source of drive/walk by traffic. The added bonus with this property is that it represents a genuine shop/dwelling option for those who wish to combine their business operations with their living arrangements. Travel time to work = ZERO!
The ground floor represents a prime retail opportunity and is in every way a blank canvas ripe for your own styling. Expansive glazing lets an abundance of light into the space, whilst the exposed brick wall adds definition and character to the space; a modern or traditional fit will work equally well in this setting. To the rear you’ll find a spacious kitchen and meals area and a modern bathroom suitable for everyday use.
Upstairs you’ll find three great sized bedrooms that could be used in the traditional sense, or as offices, storage space, consulting rooms…. the sky’s the limit (STCA). Outside you’ll get easy rear access for loading, and one car space within the secure parking facility behind.
Given the prominent location just moments from the Victoria Markets and on the edge of the CBD, this locale offers easy access for you, your clients and prospects. Position yourself wisely, and arrange an inspection immediately.
Suburb Profile north melbourne
Located 2 km north-west of Melbourne's CBD, North Melbourne is one of the city's most dynamic and complex areas. Its residences are a mix of established and new housing with commercial, industrial, retail and community facilities scattered throughout. Shopping strips such as Errol and Victoria streets are popular for their range of cafes, restaurants and boutiques. The old North Melbourne Town Hall is the home of Arts House, Melbourne’s contemporary centre for performance and interactive artforms. The area also includes the historic Meat Market, a hub for creative arts and cultural productions, and the North Melbourne Recreation Centre, that has aquatic facilities, a gym and stadium complex.More about this suburb