FOR several months the city's bohemian clothing and furniture store has been splashing 'closing down sales' across its shopfront, threatening closure.
Now the property, located on 158 Baylis Street, has hit the market for $950,000.
Fitzpatricks Commercial agent Greg Howick said the property is being offered for sale by private treaty as a fully leased premises.
"ISHKA has a lease on it until May 2023, even though they've got closing down sales Australia wide," Mr Howick said.
"The owner bought it a year and a half ago and is simply selling due to personal reasons.
"This time of year it tends to quieten down and into January ... we've had a number of out of town inquiries on it as Wagga is seen as a fairly stable regional centre."
Mr Howick said the franchise's marketing ploy is not something he would personally use.
An ISHKA customer service representative said the store is not closing down literally and when asked whether this signage was used to drive traffic, the spokesperson said "you could say that".
The ISHKA store opened in Wagga on July 28, 2018 and the business pays nearly $75,000 in rent per annum, plus GST.
The property features reverse cycle air conditioning, a modern fit out, with staff and kitchen facilities.