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Rare Opportunity to Own and Transform a Heritage Hotel in Queenscliff

16 Gellibrand Street, Queenscliff, Vic 3225

EOI 16 Beds 17 Baths
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This grand hotel presents a rare opportunity to make your mark on a piece of Queenscliff history.

The iconic building has been an integral part of the Queenscliff streetscape since 1888 and now requires a new owner with some imagination to bring it into the future.

Owning one of Queenscliff’s most recognised buildings will make it easy for you to find a place in this seaside community.

Situated on the scenic Bellarine Peninsula, the small town is en route to the Great Ocean Road and enjoys its share of the tourists that explore this area and its heritage offerings.

The hotel occupies a generous and central 1,685 square metre block with access to both Gellibrand Street and the town’s main street, Hesse Street.

Boasting views to Port Phillip Bay and situated just across the road from Princess Park, the hotel is ideally located for tourism purposes, while inside, stunning heritage features impress.

With 16 ensuite rooms, sophisticated sitting rooms, a library, bar, dining room and breakfast room, the property can capitalise on its boutique offerings and historic charm.

The new owner will enjoy the substantial manager’s apartment with a courtyard, cellar, verandah and office. Expressions of interest are being accepted until June 1.

Queenscliff Suburb Snapshot
  • – A$1,365,000 Median House Price
  • – 45.02% Average Annual Growth
  • – 4,058 Population
  • – 59 Average Age

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