Historic Dongara oceanfront development site for sale

BUYERS have an incredible chance to purchase a piece of history as a vacant development site on the oceanfront at 2&4 Brady Road in Dongara hits the market.

The asset offers two adjoining lots with a combined 15,274sq m* area and offers the potential for both tourism and residential development.

The property is being marketed and sold via an offers invited campaign closing on Wednesday 05 May 2021 by the Ray White Commercial (WA) duo of Brett Wilkins and Phil Zoiti.

The original factory on Brady in Dongara in the 1960s.

“This really is a once in a lifetime opportunity to purchase a development site that is steeped in history and fondly remembered by the people of Dongara,” Mr Wilkins said.

“It was bought by Michael George Kailis and his wife in 1960 as a partly built lobster factory, and with the proceeds of the mum’s car (pictured below), this was the very start of the MG Kailis lobster business.”

“The twin towns of Dongara and Port Denison boast true coastal village charm, with the Irwin River creating a scenic landmark as it meanders between the two towns,” Mr Zoiti said.

“Beautiful beaches provide ideal conditions for sailing, surfing, fishing, windsurfing, kite surfing, and swimming, with the site 360km* north of Perth.”


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