Mt Somers Tavern - freehold going concern


70 Hoods Road, Ashburton Surrounds

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Mt Somers Tavern - freehold going concern


Mount Somers in mid Canterbury lies at the foothills to the Southern Alps and is an outdoor recreational paradise just 90 minutes from Christchurch airport and 30 minutes inland from Ashburton. Mt Somers is the gateway to the Ashburton Gorge, Lakes and the breath-taking natural landscapes including the now famous Mt Sunday- Middle Earth. The Mt Somers walking track is popular year round with Woolshed Creek and Sharplin Falls highlights and is just one of the outdoor pursuits enjoyed by many.

The Tavern business operates seven days a week and offers refreshment and food along-side a cosy fire or relax outside in the gardens. This is a classic country pub which will have huge appeal to buyers wanting a change of lifestyle in a thriving rural destination with potential to add some value. The 450+ sqm brick and wooden building has been well cared for through the years with original features and a timeless charm.

•On and off license. No brewery tie.

•Bar, bottlestore, dining

•Galley kitchen, lounge bar/dining room for special events

•Pool table, Sky TV and modern log-burner

•Office, store-rooms, utility rooms

•Owners / guest rooms, living room, huge kitchen & laundry

•Garaging and out-buildings

•Spare paddock for livestock or future development

•Huge grounds, attractive gardens, ample car/truck parking

•Nearby is Mt Somers holiday park, domain & camp ground, community pool, year 1-8 school, a general store, tennis and squash court

Set on 4,048 square metres the Tavern offers buyers a home and business with opportunity to develop the living and accommodation and to take the business to the next level. Sale includes land, buildings, business, plant and equipment, chattels and stock (at valuation).

70 Hoods Road, Ashburton Surrounds

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