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Substantial Freehold Opportunity

Dunedin City
Reference: 5954
Motel / Motor Lodge
Land and Buildings $2.4m

Look at this substantial parcel of land and buildings on offer, located just metres away from the Saint Kilda Beach, shops and sporting facilities. With a motel lease presently in place for a further 27 years, this is a great opportunity to secure a large commercial investment with many possible future options to consider.

There are 18 ground level units in total on a land area of 3,212 sqm. These consist of 5 x studios, 7 x one bedroom units, 5 x two bedroom units, 1 x three bedroom unit in five blocks plus a house at the rear of the property. The house contains a two bedroom unit plus a three bedroom unit. Both of these larger units are popular with soccer, swimming, netball and similar sports clubs which visit Dunedin regularly.

Congestion is minimised through the established two access points to the site offering huge advantages. With larger events becoming more frequent and known throughout New Zealand and the combined popularity for the development and growth of the St Clair and St Kilda beaches, this location could become key to many options for future planning.

Our vendor wants action now!

Please be aware that some of this information may have been sourced from RPNZ/ Property Guru/ Land Information New Zealand and we have not been able to verify the accuracy of same.

We would welcome your enquiry on the Land and Buildings of this Motel for sale in Dunedin via our website or by phoning GRAEME JACKSON on 0800 263339, DDI 03 555 2129 or 021 667 067.
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Graeme Jackson

Graeme Jackson represents Coffeys as a Tourism Property Broker operating out of Queenstown. Before joining Coffeys, Graeme spent the previous 15 years in the real estate industry, understanding how to build relationships and get the job done.  On top of this he has an extensive background in the tourism and hospitality industry spanning a further 15 years, where he managed one of Queenstown’s most popular tourist operations.  He also holds a diploma in Recreation and Sport and studied Forestry in the earlier years.

Graeme has spent the last 30 years residing in Queenstown and the surrounding district.  With a family heritage heavily involved in the Otago region, he understands the dynamics of the Deep South very well. 

Proud of the connections that he has in the Tourism Industry and, combined with his passion and experience in the property industry, means that Graeme has a wide diversity of skills. These include a high level of customer service and appreciation for people in their business dealings. 

Graeme and his wife Tessa have two teenage daughters who have been bought up in Queenstown, meaning that they have busy active lives with activities such as mountain biking, fishing and family.

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