Medical group buys vacant Seaford bank

The Seaford property has eight car parks and is opposite eight public spaces.

ONA Medical has picked up a recently vacated Westpac branch, at Seaford, to occupy.

The standalone building on 892 square metres at 2 Hartnett Drive, on the south west corner of Seaford Place, in the suburb’s commercial precinct, is setting the general practice back $1.875 million.

Containing 357 sqm, the property was constructed in the 1980s for the bank – which only recently vacated.

McMullin plans to replace Hawthorn’s ex-Westpac (left) with a six storey office.

The vendor offered the property fit out or stripped at its cost.

CVA’s Tim Cooney and Ian Angelico were the agents; as well as essential services, their campaign promoted the site’s potential to accommodate another bank, fast food or traditional retail.

Also today, we are reporting McMullin unveiled plans to replace a recently vacated Westpac on Glenferrie Road, Hawthorn, with a six storey office, part which it will occupy (story continues below).

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The Seaford property will undergo a major refurbishment before reopening.

“Hartnett Dve is a local Seaford icon with its superb connection across the suburb and beyond, complimentary neighbouring businesses plus high profile traffic,” Mr Cooney said.

“Society has moved on from physical banking so the time is right for this asset to move onto its next life,” he added. “The corner site exposure and car parking make this the perfect medical centre – something that will serve Seaford extremely well”.

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