Block size: 4817 m² approx.Hotel size: 1097 m² approx.
South Coast Retreat is an exceptional and rare opportunity to secure a quality asset within the picturesque Shoalhaven, located just 2 hours from both Sydney and Canberra. The business currently offers tourist accommodation and generates approximately $620,000 in revenue with minimal overheads.
There is a genuine scarcity of quality waterfront redevelopment sites in the area. The 5 x freehold lots on offer total approximately 4,817m2. This is an opportunity for an owner to create their own dream, through renovating and re positioning of the existing product or redeveloping the large footprint and establishing a new plan with modern waterfront villas.
The property is in the established coastal village of Greenwell Point, approximately 14km east of Nowra, in the City of Shoalhaven - a local government area in the south-eastern coastal region of New South Wales. More specifically the property is located: - 184km approximately from Sydney CBD (approx. 2 hours) - 205km approximately from Canberra CBD (approx. 2 hours) - 14km from the Nowra CBD - 18km to the shores of Jervis Bay and Culburra Beach - 50m approximately to the Greenwell Point Wharf, Greenwell Point Boat Ramp and Greenwell Point Public Swimming Pool
Greenwell Point's convenient location to Sydney, Canberra and the Nowra CBD makes it an attractive tourist destination for domestic and international tourists as well as locals. The village has an IGA, a hotel, bowling club, butcher, cafs (Pelican Rocks Caf won the 2017 and 2018 award for Best Fish and Chips in New South Wales), public transport as well as a service station/post office/newsagency.
South Coast Retreat provides waterfront accommodation across over an acre of landscaped grounds in nine cabins, one house and six safari tents on the tip of Greenwell Point. South Coast Retreat has been awarded Trip Advisor's Certificate of Excellence since 2012. And as a member of Eco-Tourism Australia it follows practices that minimise both staff and guests' environmental impact in line with "RRR" (Reduce, Re-Use, Re-Cycle). Ongoing refurbishments over the last nine years have resulted in the property moving from a 40 site caravan park to a retreat with nine cabins, six tents, a reception / office area with a large covered deck. Additionally there are common area facilities comprising male/female amenities, laundry, covered BBQ area, storerooms and a further two van sites used as storage.
Although there are no onsite vans under lease or ownership the property remains licensed as a caravan park for 40 sites. It benefits from water views and has ample space for onsite parking, common-use lawn and additional accommodation.
Call Jared Cochrane on 0404 210 824 for more information.
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