Floor Area 122m2
Land Size 122m2
1/660 Great Northern Highway
Herne Hill, WA, 6056
Located in the Swan Valley, this unique commercial development is one of the few permitted approved shops in the Swan Valley Region and we are now offering fantastic leasing opportunities within the complex.
Unit 1, at 121 square meters, has a front shop window leading onto Great Northern Highway, perfect for drive-by advertising. This shop offers toilets, ceiling, lights and reverse cycle air-conditioning along with its own electricity, water and telephone services. Designed with tourism in mind, with access and turning areas for coaches, the site boasts ample onsite parking both at the front and rear of the building.
Currently at the site are:
Stone Art Hair - A very stylish hair salon.
The Cheesemaker - If you want to know and learn about cheeses or buy your own cheese making items.
The Tribe Swan Valley - Retail outlet striving to offer the consumer unique & eclectic gifts, clothing, jewellery & home wares.
Six Sixty Cafe - Encompassing not only great Coffee, but food, gifts & wine sales.
Jessica Jubb - Jewellery, Art & Sculpture - Contemporary jewellery inspired by Australian flora and fauna, its people and places.
Caladenia Beauty - There you can find a wide range of treatments- Makeup, Skin treatments, Brows, Nails & Tanning.
The Swan Valley Place Hub - Run by the City Of Swan.
Plus one more exciting business waiting on formal approval to open.
The property is situated at the north-eastern corner of Lennard Street and Great Northern Highway in Herne Hill. The immediate surrounding properties are used for viticultural and tourist attraction purposes such as Sittella Winery, Whistlers Chocolate Factory, Mondo Nougat and Chocolate, Morish Nuts, Illusionary Arts and many more. It is also in close proximity to major arterial road networks Roe Highway and Great Eastern Highway, giving easy access to the states North, South, East and West and encouraging a good drive by clientele.
The site also offers passing trade from both the local primary school and the Swan Settlers Market - Opening Soon - where stall holders can only sell what they produce - no re-selling of products is allowed at this Market. This is just down the road on Lennard Street which will further increase traffic to this location.
The site offers a rich trading history and in the 1930s the majority of currant and sultana grapes grown in the Swan Valley were produced for dried fruit. The Swan Settlers Hardware and General Store was established in 1928 to assist the local growers with their dried fruit. The co-op processed and sold the dried fruit, premium mixed fruit and local honey and jams. The Hardware Store was established by the Co-op to service the local industries associated with the viticulture, horticulture and cottage industries.
Your opportunity to establish your business at this location and these traders and to discuss the site and location further please contact Cambell Giles for a confidential conversation.