A CENTRAL Albury office complex is being offered for sale for the first time since the site was redeveloped in the early 2000s.
The Smollett Street property is largely occupied by the accounting firm Findex, which has previously operated as KPMG, WHK and Crowe Horwath from the site.
The land was formerly part of the St Patrick's Parish school site with the single storey office building constructed by Colin Joss Pty Ltd in 2001.
It is owned by some former employees who have decided to sell the building via an expressions of interest process being conducted by CBRE and L.J. Colquhoun Dixon and closing on November 27.
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The Findex Group occupies 85 per cent of the building.
It operates more than 110 offices across Australia and New Zealand and is the eighth largest accounting network in the world.
The Albury office latest lease expires in 2026 with net passing income of $620,000.
Don Cameron & Associates occupies a smaller section of the building with another tenancy under negotiation.
The property comprises an expansive open plan office style layout, kitchen facilities and parking for 78 cars with access to another 37 spaces to the adjoining car park.
Meanwhile, a luxury Wodonga home which created a record for the highest price paid for a house in the city when sold in 2010, will be auctioned on Saturday.
The Caernarvon Court home with 70 squares of living sold to a Melbourne family for more than $1.5 million, which topped the previous record of $1.062 million for a residential property in 2007.
It was built in 2002 and designed by Gary Gray.
Agents Stean Nicholls will sell the property at auction at 2.30pm.