320 Gray Street
roadvale QLD 4310

LOOKING FOR A TREE CHANGE? FREEHOLD HOTEL

The township of Roadvale was established as early as 1880s and is nestled tightly within the Scenic Rim region which has proven success of becoming a thriving rural paradise.

The original Roadvale hotel formerly known as the Royal was destroyed in a fire in 1915 and rebuilt in the early 1950s and is still in its current form. The current owners of the hotel have spent in excess of $250,000 in renovating and upgrading the hotel.

The Hotel features a large commercial kitchen with new stainless steel appliances, new cold room, new keg system and renovated bar. The dining room has relaxed country feel and can seat up to 100 people comfortably making this space perfect for dining events. The hotels parking as recently undergone a transformation with a new raised gravelled carpark and lighting.

Features include:

- Land parcel: 3496 m2 approx

- Building area: 800 m2 approx

- Current Liquor licence covers entire property not limited to inside Hotel

- Drop safe onsite

- Keno

Currently operated as "Managed Hotel" but would make the ideal investment for motivated couple.

Don't miss out on this great opportunity! For more information and a memorandum please contact the listing agent Clint Franke today.

Property Details

Property Type - Hotel/Leisure

Land Area - 3496m2

Floor Area - 800m2

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Clint Franke

Commercial Consultant (Sales, Leasing & Property Management)

0412 695 652

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