One of Melbourne’s landmark Collingwood pubs has been listed for sale with vacant possession for the first time in 27 years.
The Leinster Arms Hotel is just 3km from Melbourne’s CBD and features a substantial two-street frontage at 66 Gold Street.
The well-maintained 1860s redbrick, single-storey building offers an intimate front bar; a lounge and dining area; two function rooms; commercial kitchen; spectacular leadlight windows and a bricked bistro and garden atrium.
Also included in the sale is a 1am General Liquor Licence, making the venue available for trade, should a buyer prefer.
Mr Connolly noted; “Given it’s available as vacant possession, the Leinster Arms Hotel presents the market with an extremely flexible opportunity.”
“We are expecting interest from a wide range of buyer profiles, varying from current hospitality operators, investors looking to re-lease and developers recognising the area’s rapid growth,” Mr Connolly said.
Mr Callow added; “This classic Collingwood hotel has a prime corner location in an area that is highly sought after as a hotel hotspot and desirable residential locale.”
The Leinster Arms Hotel is being auctioned, onsite, on Friday, December 7, 2018 at 11am (AEDT).
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