Seaford retail investment sells under the hammer for $1.85m

A triple retail investment freehold in Seaford, south-east of Melbourne, has been sold at auction by Ray White Oakleigh for $1.85 million — $500,000 above reserve.

More than 120 inquiries were received in the lead-up to the October 27 on-site auction, with five bidders on the day.

Ray White Oakleigh’s Ryan Amler says the sale price for 114, 114A and 114B Nepean Highway, Seaford, represents a yield of 2.7 per cent.

“The property was sold by an investor to a developer who plans to develop the site in the next seven years or so,” says Mr Amler, who marketed the property with colleague Joshua Colosimo.

“In a key location with a second frontage to Broughton Street, the site was a great opportunity for buyers seeking a multi-tenanted investment with the added bonus of future development potential, subject to council approval.”

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The three tenants are dog grooming business Barking Mad, Seaford Beach Laundromat and naturopathic clinic Little Earth Health.

The combined rental is $55,123.56 (including GST) plus outgoings. See specific rental details for each tenancy here.

The combined total building area is about 150sqm and the total land area is about 501sqm, with a council carpark at the rear of the site.

Seaford is 36km from the Melbourne CBD.

  • See details of Ray White Commercial Oakleigh’s upcoming commercial auctions here.
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