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Prime FHGC Accommodation Business for Sale Christchurch Central

Land, Buildings and Business $4.25m

Prime and Rare Central City Freehold Going Concern

Prime  FHGC Accommodation Business for Sale Christchurch Central

Why buy this Prime FHGC Accommodation Business

Prime FHGC Accommodation Business for Sale Christchurch Central

A rare find for sale in the central city.

Location is the key, situated in the heart of the city within short walking distance of so many of Christchurch's favourite attractions.

Built of the strong native timbers Kauri and Totara, the property is a Heritage Grade II-listed Victorian mansion originally constructed in 1874 for Rev.James West Stack, a missionary, clergyman, writer and interpreter.

The homestead contains a total of six guest rooms of various size & configuration. Additionally a block of eight modern motel units is situated at the rear of the property.

The "new normal" post Covid environment is very healthy for accommodation providers, particularly in Christchurch. With the ramping up of international connections to Christchurch International Airport and the impending completion of further major sporting and entertainment infrastructure in the city, has there ever been a better time to buy an accommodation business in Christchurch?

Opportunities in such a prime location as this don't come along very often, so now might be the time to make a move.

Please be aware that some of this information may have been sourced from RPNZ/ Property Guru/ Land Information New Zealand and we have not been able to verify the accuracy of same. Photos of the property are file photos.

Some details of this listing are confidential and can only be disclosed upon completion of a confidentiality agreement, included in the Information Memorandum available on our website.

We would welcome your enquiry on the Land, Buildings and Business of this B&B and Motel for sale in Christchurch via our website or by phoning KELVYN COFFEY on 0800 263339, DDI 03 550 0459 or 027 432 0565.