Retail building occupied by jeweller in Wagga Wagga's main shopping strip listed

Retail building occupied by jeweller in Wagga Wagga's main shopping strip listed
Retail building occupied by jeweller in Wagga Wagga's main shopping strip listed

A freestanding building located on Wagga Wagga’s main retail strip has been listed for auction through Savills and Knight Frank.

The building at 145-147 Baylis Street is set to go under the hammer on December 12.

Adjacent to the Sturt Mall Shopping Centre, the building has a site area of 653 sqm.


It has a gross lettable area of 1,000 sqm and makes a gross income of $145,454 pa.


The listing agents are Andrew Palmer of Savills and Jill Toohey of Knight Frank.

It last sold for $825,000 in 2003, according to CoreLogic RP Data.

Another property at 48 Trail Street is on the market with expectations of $2.5 million.

Retail building occupied by jeweller in Wagga Wagga's main shopping strip listed

The property has a land area of 0.48ha and includes two main buildings. The first consists of a reception area, various open plan and enclosed offices, showers and change rooms, large warehouse and main first floor office space.


Fronting Trail Street is a federation style cottage of approximately 184 sqm. It has been utilised as a residence and more recently as administration offices for the Daily Advertiser. It comprises five main rooms with other amenities.



The site was first utilised for The Daily Advertiser over 100 years ago and has a unique place in Wagga Wagga’s cultural history and news dissemination for all of that period. This history will continue to play a part in any future use with the cottage listed in the LEP as a building of significance.

The marketing is being handled by Geoff Seymour of Fitzpatrick’s Real Estate. It is being sold through an expressions of interest campaign.

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Commercial Property Wagga Wagga

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