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Commercial, For Sale, Business, Food Hospitality, Carnarvon, Western Australia

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153 William St Carnarvon WA
Expressions of Interest

SANDHURST TAVERN – SELLING FREEHOLD WITH POSSIBLE DEVELOPMENT POTENTIAL

This is an opportunity to purchase this commercially zoned property with existing building for the Tavern.  Building size of 534m2 with patio 65m and 55m2 Drive Through Bottle Shop Awning.  All set on a huge block of 16,200m2 (1.62 ha) bordering 3 streets and views of the Gascoyne River (which cannot be built out). The property is zoned for hotel with certain other uses including accommodation. Many choices for the astute buyer:- * Run the Tavern and development/add dwellings at the rear * Buy as an investment and lease back the existing Tavern NOTE: The existing Liquor licence is transferrable. Your expressions of interest are welcome. Under the East Carnarvon Structure Plan there is a possibility to SUB-DIVIDE this land into 2000m2 lots (Residential or Tourist Blocks).  

This is an opportunity to purchase this commercially zoned property with existing building for the Tavern.  Building size of 534m2 with patio 65m and 55m2 Drive Through Bottle Shop Awning.  All set on a huge block of 16,200m2 (1.62 ha) bordering 3 streets and views of the Gascoyne River (which cannot be built out).

The property is zoned for hotel with certain other uses including accommodation.

Many choices for the astute buyer:-

* Run the Tavern and development/add dwellings at the rear

* Buy as an investment and lease back the existing Tavern

NOTE: The existing Liquor licence is transferrable. Your expressions of interest are welcome.

Under the East Carnarvon Structure Plan there is a possibility to SUB-DIVIDE this land into 2000m2 lots (Residential or Tourist Blocks).

 

Property Detail

Property ID:

17837

Type:

Commercial

240
Address:

153 William St Carnarvon WA

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