REVEALED: Five Rocky pubs you can buy right now
HAVE you ever dreamed of owning your own pub?
Well, here's your chance.
A number of pubs across the Rockhampton region are on the market at the moment, just waiting for new owners to continue keeping their patrons happy.
1. The Giddy Goat Hotel
Arguably Rockhampton's most popular venue, the Giddy Goat at 128 East St is up for sale by negotiation.
The CBD venue, which consists of a nightclub, cafe/restaurant, a sports bar, and three other bars sits over two levels and has a turnover of $100K plus per week.
For more information, contact Knight Frank Rockhampton.
2. The Fitzroy Hotel - $700K
Located at 366 East St, the Fitzroy Hotel is one of Rockhampton's most established pubs and is a hit with the locals.
The renovated 1950 style hotel has been upgraded, rejuvenated into a popular local watering hole with food and accommodation.
It boasts a good size beer garden and an in-ground swimming pool.
But wait, there's more.
The hotel will be a hassle free investment for the buyers as a new lease has been signed with outgoings payable by the lessee.
3. Chango Chango - $195K
Unique Rockhampton venue Chango Chango, located at 103 Bolsover St, has hit the market and at just $195,000, it's a steal.
The popular, funky bar leasehold, which includes fixtures and fittings imported from all parts of the globe, opened in early 2015 and includes an indoor and alfresco area of 177m2.
4. Central Hotel - $285K
This established two-storey hotel at 385 Lakes Creek Rd is looking for a new owner to breathe new life into the venue.
The Hotel has a main bar with a relaxed country atmosphere, a highly under-utilized bistro / function room area and 10 boarding rooms upstairs.
There is also potential for re-opening a drive through bottle shop which has a second cold room.
This site has enormous potential for an Owner-Operator Publican or a redevelopment site in the future.
5. The Ascot Hotel - $1.5M
This well-known hotel sits on a prime corner of the highway on Rockhampton's north side at 177 Musgrave St.
It consists of a public bar, restaurant, gaming lounge, upstairs accommodation, attached bottle shop and also a detached bottle shop on Richardson Road.
Alternatively, there is an excellent opportunity to redevelop the site and the adjoining property which this owner also owns.
He has council approval for 103 motel rooms, a new hotel with restaurant, function room and takeaway liquor and food.