Glen Innes

Freehold $1,360,000

2515MF - LAST CHANCE FREEHOLD OPPORTUNITY

Do not miss out on this opportunity for lack of motivation or intent. The owner has received an offer with extensive conditions but is still open to offers with less conditions as he wants the property sold ASAP.

  • Amazing Triple Brick, 1916 Built Convent and Boarding School.
  • Zoning allows for Tourism and Hospitality (STCA).
  • Heritage listed external - freedom with internal fitout.
  • Possible uses include but are not limited to - motel, hostel, backpackers, tourist park, function centre, reception house, cafe / restaurant, health retreat or any combination of the above.


Excellent opportunity to build a profitable business from the ground up. You are not paying anything for a business, purely paying for land and buildings with the potential to make serious money.

Possibilities of nett profits over $400K annually with a good business plan and clever renovations that would give you a 25% ROI on your overall outlay. - How good is that for a freehold. (ask me how)

In addition to making you serious money this is a once in a lifetime opportunity to do something that will make a statement in a local community. The Convent sits proudly on the New England and Gwydir Highways in the middle of Glen Innes. The property has three main buildings and several out buildings with approx. 1 acre of vacant land. As majestic as the external buildings look, this is a renovation project.

Building plans and site plans are available to qualified buyers.

Make your enquiry today or someone else will be reaping the rewards of this offering.

Contact Tony Johnson from Tourism Brokers for further information or to arrange an inspection.

Property ID: 2515MF (quote when enquiring)

Location: Glen Innes is situated amidst rolling countryside on the Northern Tablelands of NSW, 624 km north-east of Sydney. It has a current population of 6,250 people. The local economy is based principally upon agriculture and tourism.

The town is known for its fine parks which are especially attractive in autumn. Glen Innes has numerous arts, craft and collectables shops. Fishing, fossicking and horseriding are also popular ways to enjoy the scenic environs.

The town's annual celebrations include the Pastoral and Agricultural Show in February, the Australian Celtic Festival in May, Minerama in September, the Australian Bush Music Festival in October, the Land of the Beardies Bush Festival in November and Gourmet in the Glen. The town markets are held on the second Sunday of the month in Grey St and, in summer, on the third Sunday at Red Range Sports Grounds.

Property Type business
Land Area m2 7,200 m2

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