$1,150,000 + GST

32 Ford Street, Beechworth

Historic Wardens Hotel c. 1911

  • 681 sqm

At the top of the town, on the corner of Ford and Church Streets, sits one of Beechworth's most recognised buildings - the former Wardens Hotel.

Beechworth is well established as a tourist hub where families and friends journey to the region for its food and wine, its cycling tourism, or it rich Victorian gold rush history and folklore tales of bushrangers.

An opportunity exists for the redemption of this once-grand building.

The first floor covers approx. 327 sq. m., including the former front bar and lounge along with the recent local Indian Restaurant with a commercial kitchen and coolroom.

There are no fewer than five rooms on this level that could be utilised for accommodation.

Heading up to the first floor, a footprint of approx. 205 sq. m. is mapped for seven additional bedrooms, along with three communal or living rooms.

A freehold land size of approx. 681 sq. m. has the potential for further expansion or development (STCA).

The doors are open for diverse potential ventures in this iconic location, deeply rooted in Beechworth's rich history.

Warden's is ideally suited for someone wanting to do a total renovation and if so, the current owners have just done the relevant surveys with architect concept plans available to view.

Reach out to us now to schedule your inspection and explore the possibilities that await within this property.

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