FHGC Boutique Hotel
About this business for sale in DunedinFHGC Boutique Hotel
The Brothers Boutique Hotel has spectacular views of Dunedin and its harbour, offering convenience, charm and tranquillity. Centrally located and close to the restaurants, bars and cafes of the CBD.
The hotel comprises of 15 rooms, each with a modern ensuite bathroom and central heating. There are 7 tiers of room options, most of which come with balcony access and stunning views.
Other facilities include a guest dining room and lounge with off street parking for 15 vehicles. The parking site is on a separate title which presents development potential. The hotel can also cater to boardroom meetings and small conference groups.
Included in the sale is the recently refurbished two bedroom stand-alone owner’s residence.
This former stately residence underwent extensive renovations in 2005. The works carried out transformed the home into elegant style accommodation. The renovation spanned 8 months and included, new plumbing, wiring, central heating system, earthquake proofing and fire rating.
For sale as a freehold going concern (land, buildings and business), The Brothers Boutique Hotel offers new owners an opportunity to be part of New Zealand’s fast growing tourism accommodation market.
Dunedin is a thriving city with a positive and upbeat feel. There is an abundance of funky bars, cafes and restaurants which result in a vibrant social scene, while a number of outstanding galleries and museums.
Dunedin is renowned for its proximity to a range of wildlife and home to the world's only mainland breeding colony of Royal Albatross.
Dunedin is also memorable for its historical architecture and is regarded as one of the best preserved Victorian and Edwardian cities in the Southern Hemisphere. It even has an authentic castle – Larnach Castle. Another claim to fame is Baldwin Street, the world's steepest residential address!
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