One Thornbury Boutique B&B - Brisbane - $395000 (Leasehold) WIWO

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One Thornbury Boutique B&B - Brisbane

Tourism Region: Brisbane

Stylish &ighly rated B&B - City location

• Most successful and highly rated Brisbane city-fringe, heritage old “Queenslander” Bed & Breakfast business. Located within walking distance of the CBD, Brisbane River and all other City places of interest. Owners ready to retire. • Lease period available of 10.5 years (as at June 2017) Offered on a WIWO basis. Freehold also available by separate negotiation. • Outstanding reviews ( rated #2 B&B in Brisbane on Trip Advisor, award of Excellence 2014/15/16 & rated #1 on Trivago) • Easily run by 1 or 2 persons with regular holiday periods factored into yearly schedule providing a very enviable and independent lifestyle. • The property has 6 stylish and well-appointed guest rooms plus a Managers studio for on-site living. • All equipment, fittings and furnishings are of a high standard with nothing further to spend. • Well established international clientele with approximately 70:30 foreign/local guest ratio. • Occupancy rate: 70-75% with high $$$ room-rate average across all year trading. • The lease sale offered is on a WIWO basis with all stock, fittings, equipment, furniture, computer reservation platform, business-name, website, advance bookings (12-months ahead) as well as full training to ensure a smooth transition to a new operator. • Ideally suit active couple seeking a high-end worry-free lifestyle business dealing with 4 ½ star (mostly International) guests from all parts of the world. Benefit from growing occupancy, ability to operate longer periods, and then there is the Commonwealth Games in April 2018. • Please note that full financial details will only be made available to proven bona-fide enquirers at the time of a personal meeting and property inspection, in-depth financials will not be provided via phone or email



Property Address

1 Thornbury Street, Spring Hill, 4000, Queensland

  • Contact Geof Harland for more information.

  • 1 Thornbury Street
  • Spring Hill
  • 0738395334
  • [email protected]

Highlights

  • Great City location
  • Stylish "Queenslander" property
  • High ranking on many websites
  • Easily run lifestyle business

The Essentials

Other Information

  • Business & Leasehold
  • Currently Operating
  • WIWO
  • Turnover: 240000

Category Information

  • Accommodation
  • Bed and Breakfast / B&B

Brisbane

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