Bay Street, Brighton cafe sells under the hammer

Bay Street, Brighton cafe sells under the hammer
Bay Street, Brighton cafe sells under the hammer

A two-storey building adjoining North Brighton Train Station has sold under the hammer for $2,255,000.

The 206 square metre site comprises a ground floor café and first floor office accommodation.

The property is zoned commercial 1 and sold on a sharp 3.3 percent yield with a new lease to the café Too Many Chiefs, with other tenancies consisting of first floor offices, and external signage.

The site has a frontage of greater than 50 metres to North Brighton Train Station, and a public car park at rear.

Fitzroys division director Mark Talbot said that the sale set a Bay Street, Brighton record for a single-front property on Bay Street.

Talbot said there was fierce competition amongst three bidders who were keen to capitalise on the property’s positioning on the Brighton shopping strip.

“The precinct is surrounded by an established residential community that is slated for further population growth, and has a number of top-class education facilities nearby,” he said.

Talbot said the vendor was Realgrade Pty Ltd, with the buyer a local investor.

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