Well Positioned Property, 14 Blackburn Road, Durban North
Suitable for a small business | ± 60 m² Workshop with 3 phase power | Immediate occupation
The subject unit is located in the well-established industrial node of Avoca, Durban North. Access to the property is obtained directly off Blackburn Road, which links to R102 (Chris Hani Road/North Coast Road) about 30m away. The property has easy access to the N2 Freeway and enjoys prime visibility.
The new Queen Nandi Drive which links to the N2 and runs through Briardene has also had a positive influence on the area. The area surrounding the subject property is one of high demand and has good occupancy levels. The surrounding area comprises predominantly factories, warehouses, retail outlets and residential properties. It forms part of the northern corridor, which includes surrounding industrial nodes such as Riverhorse Valley, Redhill and Peter Road.
This corridor is connected by the N2 Freeway stretching north from the Umgeni River as well as the newly extended Nandi Drive from Briardene to Riverhorse Valley. The establishments of Riverhorse Valley, Durban’s flagship industrial node, as well as the Nandi Drive extension, have been the primary catalytic developments in creating the northern corridor.
The current owner is using the property as an administrative component and workshop under Special Consent. The property consists of a few offices with open plan and receptions areas. There is a kitchen and male/female ablutions. All offices are air conditioned.
There is a basement workshop area of ±25m² which is accessible through a separate entrance.
There is a workshop area of ±60m² with 3 phase power. The workshop is accessed thought the office or from a side alley linking the parking lot.
The rear of the property has accommodation consisting of 2 rooms and ablutions.
The property is accessed through an automated sliding gate and fully fenced with electric fencing.
Viewings: 27 June & 18 July from 14h00 to 15h00
The property will be sold with vacant occupation which lends itself well to an end-user.