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Marburg Hotel is a heritage-listed 2-storey landmark establishment
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Marburg Hotel is a heritage-listed 2-storey landmark establishment, which dates to 1881, and it has been managed and owned by the Bowden family since 1944.
It is located in the heart of Marburg, with multiple income streams and a significant revenue and profit potential. This represents a unique opportunity as the current owners are retiring.
The hotel is located on 6,748m2 of flat land, and a large part of the block is licensed, thus offering many options.
It is zoned Township Business and Character and State Heritage. This offers many opportunities for the future and further development of an adjunct or separate business.
It can also be subdivided and sold off, resulting in an immediate cash injection.
Projected population increase in Ipswich Shire from currently 210,000 residents to projected population of 520,000 by 2041 and Southeast Queensland (SEQ) population growth from 3.8 million to 5.9 million – will have major impact on the revenue and profit potential of Marburg Hotel.
- Current and future income streams can be unlocked and enhanced: ranging from accommodation, functions, online promotions, and local marketing.
- There is a desperate shortage of rental accommodation in Marburg and the Ipswich Shire region. Unlocking the revenue and profit potential of the upper floor nine rooms; either a short-term for tourists or long-term tenants. This further allows for packaging up accommodation and food and beverage as a dining option or room service.
- A significant part of the block of 6,748 m2 is licensed, thus offering commercial opportunities in support of hotel operations or another business.
- Alternatively, the large block the hotel is on, can be subdivided and sold off to pay off or reduce debt on the purchase.
- The hotel purchase presents significant revenue and profit potential for the hands-on new owner.
- The current significant land subdivision will result in population growth in Marburg.