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Talk Property Ltd MREINZ
Rare Freehold Going Concern Opportunity In Lake Taupo
The central location of Lake Taupō and the many area attractions plus national/international events held locally greatly appeal to tourists and the numbers of visitors grow every year. Capitalise on this and invest your money on this rare opportunity. - Long established Motel located on the edge of the Taupō C.B.D for sale as a freehold going concern - business, land, and buildings - 15 spacious units and reception area - Two-storey 4-bedroom, owners' home with single garage - 2150 sqm (more or less) over 2 titles of freehold land - Two street entrances and 21 off-street parking spaces - Steady occupancy rates - Not used for emergency housing (guest accommodation only) - Zoned High Density Residentia Situated only moments from the C.B.D where you are spoilt for choice with restaurants, cafes and an abundance of local activities to explore plus the many local and international events that are held, some world renowned. The Great Lake and various local attractions are also only a short drive away. There are fifteen units that all present well, each unit features kitchen/cooking facilities and air-conditioning and some units have the added bonus of spa baths. The units are comprised of: - 2 x Standard 1-bedroom suites (shower) 4pax - 3 x Standard 2-bedroom suites (shower) 5pax - 4 x Superior 1-bedroom spa bath suites (single spa bath) 4pax - 3 x Premium 1-bedroom spa bath suites (family spa bath) 4pax - 2 x 1-bedroom disability suites (shower) 3pax - 1 x premium 2-bedroom suite (spa bath) 6 pax A uniquely rare opportunity with the potential to add further value, this going concern will attract interest from all discerning investors. Do not miss out! Contact Andy Cho today on 0273151062 or at andy@harcourtstaupo.co.nz to register for the detailed property information pack and to organise your personal viewing.
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