Tourism Region: Grampians
A unique and rare opportunity to acquire the iconic residential property & lifestyle business of STEEL CUTTERS COTTAGE GREAT WESTERN. Steel Cutters Cottage is renowned as a must do dining and events destination in The Grampians region. . With a five-star reputation that has been lovingly and meticulously created from the ground up, this bespoke dining establishment consistently attains outstanding reviews enhancing the culinary landscape in one of Victoria’s most historic wine regions. . This exceptional business is perfectly poised for growth in alignment with the Grampians Pyrenees Wine Tourism and Culinary Masterplan (2017-2020) providing endless opportunity for the next custodian. The business is offered as a going concern and presents enormous scope and versatility for the new owner to create their own story. “The Tasting Room” has been constructed to suit a myriad of uses should your vision be other than a dining destination. . The Residence is a beautiful 3-bedroom Victorian cottage with original Baltic pine floors & ceilings, open red brick fireplaces, large lounge and dining areas, modern kitchen & bathroom. It has the scope to become a fully-fledged restaurant, a provedore showcasing regional produce, an art gallery or local artist co-operative, a regional wine bar, or return it to executive accommodation. . Great Western is experiencing a tremendous surge in popularity and commercial growth and has rapidly become a renowned Food and Wine destination. Grampians Tourism and The Northern Grampians Shire Council are focused and highly engaged in seeing the growth and development of one of Victoria’s most historic and significant wine regions. . The property and business are offered as a collective sale of $485k. . PROPERTY AND BUSINESS OVERVIEW • Located in the centre of Great Western Wine Village, the heart of the Grampians Wine Region • 3-bedroom historic residential property on 1821m2 landholding • 34m2 restaurant seating 20 guests with alfresco areas to seat an additional 20 - 30 guests • General liquor licence permitting 7 days per week trade • Winner of 2017 Grampians Pyrenees Business Awards - Excellence in Food & Beverage • Finalist in 2017 Golden Plate Awards • Consistent 5-star reviews across TripAdvisor, Google, Facebook • Strong digital & Social Media presence across Instagram, Facebook, Google, TripAdvisor & Website • Featured in Tastes of Victoria Publication • Media attention across Gourmet Traveller, Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, The Weekend Australian • Creators of renowned events in the region: Shiraz Sunday, Dine with The Winemaker, “Tastes of" Long Table Lunches, Degustation Dining Events, Annual Clover Hill Sparkling Garden Party (October), Private Dining Experiences . Further information can be found on our dedicated Facebook Page www.facebook.com/steelcutterscottageforsale . We are parents of 2 young children and to maintain our work/life balance we currently open the business 2-3 days per week. This is purely a lifestyle choice. The demand for extra days trading is significant, especially Sundays. . As proprietors and owners, we welcome any genuine enquiries and are serious about a smooth transition. Should you wish to acquire further details pertaining to the business and property we welcome a phone call or meeting in person. No sales agendas, just the opportunity to honestly discuss the business over a coffee or a glass of wine. . Cheers Marlene & Rohan Erard
Steel Cutters Cottage, 83 Main Street, Great Western, 3374, Victoria
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ABOUT THIS REGION The Grampians National Park (also Gariwerd) is a national park in Victoria, Australia, 235 kilometres west of Melbourne. The Park was listed on the Australian National Heritage List on 15 December 2006 for its outstanding natural beauty and being one of the richest indigenous rock art sites in south-eastern Australia. The Grampians feature a striking series of sandstone mountain ranges. The ranges were named in 1836 by Surveyor General of New South Wales Sir Thomas Mitchell after the Grampian Mountains in his native Scotland, but are also known by the name Gariwerd, from one of the local Australian Aboriginal languages, either the Jardwadjali or Djab Wurrung language. Halls Gap (Budja Budja) is the largest service town in the area and is located at a point roughly equidistant between the towns of Ararat and Stawell. The town is located towards the eastern side of the park and offers accommodation to the many tourists who visit the area. The Brambuk National Park and Cultural Centre in Halls Gap is owned and managed by Jardwadjali and Djab Wurrung people from five Aboriginal communities with historic links to the Gariwerd-Grampians ranges and the surrounding plains. INDUSTRY RESOURCES Regional Tourism Website : Visit Halls Gap Regional Tourism Website : Visit Victoria Research and Statistics : Grampians Tourism Local Council : Northern Grampians Shire Council CREDITS Information Source : Wikipedia Image Credit : Grampians National Park : Tourism Victoria : 2006 Mark Watson Regional Map : Copyright 2014 GoPanda Communications GoPanda
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