Victorian Hot Rod Association lists 43 year old Hughesdale HQ

One of the Victorian Hot Road Association’s annual shows, at the Melbourne Exhibition Building.

The Victorian Hot Rod Association is selling the Hughesdale headquarters it has occupied since 1977.

Beside the Warrigal Road overpass at Oakleigh train station, the two level terrace – part of a row of four – is expected to trade for more than $800,000.

The Victorian Hot Rod Association has occupied 69 Warrigal Road, Hughesdale, since 1977.

Crabtrees marketing agent Rodney King is targeting developers – the 167 square metre plot zoned both Activity Centre and Commercial 1 and with second street frontage, could make way for something twice the height.

Investors or owner occupiers which might reconfigure or renovate the 187 sqm art deco shop, office and dwelling, could also be suitors.

At 69 Warrigal Road, the property is at the Oakleigh border and walking distance to that suburb’s Atherton Road shops and Eaton Mall (story continues below).

Chadstone Shopping Centre, which was last week approved for a $685m expansion, with another office tower, is about two kilometres from the site.

Hughesdale is 14kms south east of Melbourne.

The car club will relocate to an as-yet-unknown location after any sale.

The Victorian Hot Rod Association site (marked), at the Oakleigh border, is near that suburb’s train station and Eaton Mall.
Zoned both Activity Centre and Commercial 1, 69 Warrigal Road is six metres wide.

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Marc Pallisco

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