Gutted Queen Street, Woollahra shop listed for sale

Gutted Queen Street, Woollahra shop listed for sale
Gutted Queen Street, Woollahra shop listed for sale

Getting on to Woollahra's pricey Queen Street hasn't been this cheap in years.

A gutted two level shop, previously the home of the now vacated DeCosti seafood shop, is set to go under the hammer on September 11.

Set on a 120 sqm block, the property at 148 Queen Street has 155 sqm of internal space and a four metre street frontage.

It also has rear lane access. 

Savills agents Tom Tuxworth and David Hickey have the listing in conjunction with Raine & Horne Double Bay's Peter Starr.

They advise the building has the potential for first floor residential apartment.

The property had been marketed with its next door neighbour, Japanese restaurant Kenny Rens, however that has come down from listing sites given they were offered in one line or separately.

A premium commercial premises down the road yielding $477,000 per annum has been listed for a September 10 auction.

It's the home of linen store Polite Society, kitchen supply store The Bay Tree and Jocelyn Petroni & Roth Architects. 

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson

Joel Robinson is a property journalist based in Sydney. Joel has been writing about the residential real estate market for the last five years, specializing in market trends and the economics and finance behind buying and selling real estate.

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