How big is your dream?
No need to dig deep for this magnificent real estate holding. Offered for sale with a price by negotiation, this 45+ room property could be yours, at a price similar to a 3-bedroom house in nearby Canberra. Sold on a WIWO basis, we welcome your interest. For commercial enquires speak to Garry Kelly - RE/MAX Commercial Alliance, inspections are facilitated by John Buckley - RE/MAX Capital
Set in Captains Flat, a mere 45 minutes from Queanbeyan and less than an hour from the seat of Parliament, this is a once in a lifetime opportunity. Captains Flat is a thriving community with a Primary school and Police Station. Popular for day trippers, the historic mining village is picturesque and peaceful, loved by visitors and locals alike.
Open to many options, The Captains Flat Hotel (Circa 1937) is a grand property of impressive proportions and what must be almost unlimited possibilities. Recently closed, the property is in good presentation and simply needs a licensee to be up un running. Loved by many and cited as having the longest bar in Australia, (therefore the world), this property carries significant good will and publicity.
The Public Bar - With FOUR bars, an impressive beer garden and a dedicated fanbase, the bar is almost fully stocked and ready to launch back into business. The taps are iced and beer is cold.
Accommodation - is also impressive with 22+ guest rooms and onsite managers quarters and a guest's lounge. A number of the rooms open to the covered balcony facing Foxlow St. Most offer a picturesque view, and some have wash basins. The guest accommodation has access to the 3 bathrooms upstairs and there are another 3 bathrooms for the Four Bars.
Dining - can be offered in the seated restaurant or bar and serviced by a kitchen, servery, and ample storage/pantry options.
Opportunity - for those looking for less ambition than operating the worlds longest bar, there are plenty of options to reduce the public footprint or maximise the leasing options. Previously one of the smaller rooms was used as the local post office and larger employers have sought to lease the entire accommodation quarters for staff.
Naturally, all considerations require approval from the appropriate regulators and potential buyers should seek advice prior to making any commitment.