Old 1933 RSA Bowling Club, Kiwiana Coastal Bach

2900sqm Land - Business\ car parking lease opportunity, Family or friends syndicate opportunity, Whitebaiting enthusiasts - Mokihinui River, 20 minute drive from Westport.
After 10 years of family holidays and great memories of the Buller area, the Christchurch owners have decided to sell up their 1933 RSA Bowling Clubhouse in Granity. In 2008, the clubhouse was converted into a two bedroom fully operational Kiwiana Bach and designed to be a casual and good old fashioned kiwi Bach. The clubhouse is 100sqm, open plan kitchen/dining and lounge with separate bathroom and laundry. The clubhouse is fully furnished retro style with an opportunity to purchase. All services are fully installed and operational. The township of Granity was well known as a coal mining town from the early 1900's where mining families moved off the Millerton and Denniston plateaus down to the coastal locations for a better climate. The bowling club became a popular meeting place for the mining community. In recent times Stockton Mine owned and operated by Solid Energy ceased trading in 2015 and the mine is now controlled by BT Mining Ltd. With the beach only 2mins away, Charming Creek Walkway nearby, Denniston, Millerton, Old Ghost Road mountain bike trail, Mokihinui whitebaiting, tramping, kayaking, coal trains passing by - there is plenty to do and see. Granity has a local primary school, restaurant, art gallery, local market and local pub with a strong community vibe. Previously rented with Ray White Westport for $220 per week and holiday letting via Bookabach for $90 per night. The clubhouse does need some attention to the exterior and ground maintenance, however this can be upgraded and beautified at a relatively low cost.