2191ML Argyle Street Traralgon VIC 3844
- Hotel / Leisure
- 1 m²
- For Sale, Leasehold $650,000
2191ML - MEMO TO MOTEL BUYERS, THE VALLEY IS ALIVE AND WELL!
Traralgon! It's never been more active or vibrant, never had the raft of corporate and social activities.
Never had such growth in the 'new electricity' with natural gas supplies at its doorstep.
Never had such investment in the health industry with the now iconic Latrobe Hospital including state of the art oncology centre, and now the biggest industry in town.
(And did you know this is one of those regional tennis centres that has seen the likes of Roger Federer competing not so many years ago?)
There's a wealth of visitation.
Strzelecki Motor Lodge would be one of the best presented 3.5 star properties operating not only in the town but in the state.
24 well-presented rooms, most of which have been brilliantly made over.
Close city access, yet church mouse quiet.
Net Profit $195,000 average for past three years
Contact Reg Partington and Annette Adams from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection.
Property ID: 2191ML (quote when enquiring)
Location: Traralgon, situated in the economically important Latrobe Valley, is located 162 kms south-east of Melbourne via the Princes Highway. Whether it's a thriving regional centre you are seeking or a base for a whole host of nature based activities, Traralgon has plenty to offer.
The Gippsland town has grown to service the surrounding energy, agricultural, pastoral, papermaking and timber industries. Visitors now find it the perfect base for exploring the nearby Strzelecki Ranges and cool temperate rainforests of the Tarra Bulga National Park.
The city's large commercial centre includes the Stockland Traralgon Shopping Centre, South Side Central which incorporates the major regional railway station, and shops which line the attractive streets of Franklin Street, Seymour Street and Hotham Street.
Property Code: 3108
|Floor Area||1 m²|
|Land Area||2,327 m²|
|Annual Return||Ask Agent|
|Last updated||3 Jun 2019|