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TAS Country : December 23rd 2010
Friday, December 24, 2010 Tasmanian Country 15 Rural property Trackside winner NEXT to Spreyton Racing Complex, this property fea- tures a three-bedroom brick home, eight-stall stable complex, plus yards and facilities. Zoned light industrial, the property offers direct access to the Spreyton rac- ing complex and training facilities. There is potential to develop and operate pri- vate equine facilities. With the news that Spreyton Racing Complex is to be upgraded, this property has limitless po- tential for expansion by the astute developer. The residence could be utilised by an owner oper- ator, or by a manager or trainer. Alternatively it could be converted into a management facility. The existing stables allow for immediate operation, and further stabling and hand- ling facilities could be built. Not often do opportun- ities present with such synergy in terms of timing, proximity of location, and potential for growth along- side a long established but expanding recreational in- dustry. Restaurant ready for tourist season THIS Gowrie Park landmark rests on the outskirts of Shef- field on the foot of majestic Mount Roland. The licensed Weindorfers Restaurant, Bar and Function Centre was built in 1965. The rustic log restaurant and the three-bedroom home have been extensively renovated and upgraded in the past 18 months. The restaurant has been run in conjunction with the accom- modation Gowrie Park Wilder- ness Accommodation, and the vendors are keen to continue this complementary business relationship. The restaurant is close to popular tourist attractions, in- cluding the Sheffield Murals, Lake Barrington rowing course, Tasmazia and Highland horse riding. The centre can accommodate about 150 patrons in two dining rooms, with the main res- taurant easily seating 40 guests. Both dining rooms are serviced by a central kitchen and a fully licensed bar. The restaurant's extensive upgrade includes a new roof and veranda, new ceiling and wood heater. The function dining room has new polished Tasmanian oak flooring, and the kitchen fea- tures new equipment, flooring and an upgraded cool room. The extended and renovated home offers a new kitchen, aliminium windows and fly screens, among other features. The compact home would be ideal for an owner-operator, or could be used for staff quarters if the owner did not live on site. The property is being offered as a walk in walk out operation with all plant and equipment, advanced bookings, plus resi- dence. The accommodation com- ponent of this property will be retained by the vendors, and the new owners of the restaurant will not be permitted to estab- lish guest accommodation on site. This is a top opportunity to buy a business entering the busy tourism season, with maintenance and renovations completed. There is enormous potential for further growth. GOWRIE PARK Weindorfers Restaurant 1447 Claude Rd Land area: 4000m2 $545,000 Sushames Real Estate Refer Neil Colbeck 0429 331 664 SPREYTON Lucky Lane 3-br home and stables Land area: 2ha Expressions of interest Sushames Real Estate Refer Neil Colbeck 0429 331 664 Real Estate Promoting commercial and residential rural property sales Land releases, building blocks and auctions statewide, and interstate PH: 6230 0640 | 6230 0752 | Fax: 6230 0766 firstname.lastname@example.org www.taspr.com.au email@example.com tasmanian private realty 14 main street huonville, tasmania contact ken: 0427 701 709 "Huon Valley Farm" • 1.7 klm Huon Riverfront • 280 Meg Water Licence • 172 Ac's Fertile Farmland • 3 Houses & 10 Sheds • Potential Major Organic Farm • Suit Wide Variety of Uses • www.taspr.com.au/9987
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