Colliers International launches sales campaign for Brookton Club Hotel.
A country pub with accommodation and a front bar that overlooks the Wheatbelt town of Brookton has gone on the market through Colliers International.
The Brookton Club Hotel, a historic pub in the centre of the township was built in 1913 and still has many of its original architectural features.
The sale will be overseen by Greg O’Meara who said he was expecting strong interest from hotel operators and also from buyers wanting to develop a complementary tourism business.
“At just over a one hour drive from Perth, Brookton is close enough to the metropolitan area to be part of a day trip or a scenic drive,” Mr O’Meara said.
The two-storey Federation-style hotel has 15 accommodation rooms, two bars, a beer garden, a dining room and a large commercial kitchen with cold and dry stores.
Mr O’Meara said the sale would include all the hotel’s furniture and most of its equipment.
“The hotel, at 24 Williams Street, occupies a 2024sqm site which includes surplus land for parking or a future development,” he said.
Expressions of interest close on August 24.