UPDATE 5.30PM: IT'S a shopping centre that had extensive refurbishments after the 2013 floods.

Now, the Maryborough building will go under the hammer for as much as $15 million next month.

Out-of-town investors are already eyeing off the Maryborough Woolworths after it was put on market by Brisbane-based real estate agent Burgess Rawson, who are holding the auction intend to auction it off on May 17 in Melbourne.

Interest from buyers around Australia comes down to it's "freestanding" position, according to realtor Pat Kelly.

He said such properties were highly saleable"highly saleable and sought after" in the commercial real estate market.

Mr Kelly said it was the first time the building had been placed on the market.

Maryborough Woolworths could sell for $15 million at next month's auction, according to realtor Pat Kelly.
Maryborough Woolworths could sell for $15 million at next month's auction, according to realtor Pat Kelly. Contributed

EARLIER: MARYBOROUGH Woolworths will go under the hammer next month at an estimated price of $15 million - and out-of-town investors are already eyeing off the popular square of land.

Brisbane-based real estate agent Burgess Rawson will put the property to auction on May 17 in Melbourne, with realtor Pat Kelly stating it was the first time the store had been placed on the market.

Mr Kelly, who is selling the building on behalf of a Brisbane-based family, said the property was already attracting significant interest outside the region.

The store underwent a major $12 million refurbishment in 2013 after flood damages that same year.

While the property has recently been added to the market, Mr Kelly said there were already a wide number of inquiries for the property from the private commercial sector

"It's very early days, and we've only just begun the marketing campaign, but we've received a number of enquiries from Australia-wide investors," he said.



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