Under instructions from Renewal SA, Raine and Horne Commercial SA and Raine and Horne Roxby Downs are seeking expressions of interest for the sale of the former police station situated at 10 Richardson Place Roxby Downs.
Roxby Downs is a mining town in outback South Australia, 563 kilometres north of the state capital Adelaide. The town has a population of just under 5,000 people as at June 2016 according to ABS estimates.
Roxby Downs is often referred to as the most 'modern town of the outback' and it has many leisure and community facilities including swimming centre, cinema, cultural precinct, community radio, shopping centre, schools, TAFE, cafes and sporting clubs and facilities. There are just two neighbouring towns in the area: Andamooka, an opal mining town about 30 km to the east, and Woomera, 84 km south of Roxby Downs.
The town of Roxby Downs was built in 1987 (land survey commenced in November 1986) to service the Olympic Dam mine and processing plant, located 16 kilometres north of the site of the town. Roxby Downs was officially opened on 5 November 1988
The former Roxby Downs Police Station was declared surplus to requirements in April 2010. The property is located at 10 Richardson Place, Roxby Downs and is approximately 1,636 m2 of land .
The site contains a partitioned office building with approximate floor area 230m2, and a further 90m2 cell block which was constructed in 1987.
In addition, the site contains two sheds at the rear of the premises - Refer to building plans.
We believe the site offers great versatility in use such as tourism, hospitality, office use to name a few (all subject to usual consents)
Zoning: The site is located within the Roxby Downs Council and is zoned Commercial, Town Centre within Policy Area 1, Retail Core.
Agent In Conjunction: Raine and Horne Roxby Downs, 4,14 Tutop Street Roxby Downs SA 5725 RLA 208715
Craig Sumsion 0408 366 614 or 08 8671 3355 email@example.com