Beautifully restored and transformed into one of Melbourne’s most iconic event spaces and getaway destinations, the Euroa Butter Factory is set to turn heads among buyers as it hits the market this month.
Colliers International’s Kim McQueen has been appointed to sell the popular property at 79 Boundary Road in Euroa by Expressions of Interest closing November 27 at 2pm.
“The iconic Euroa Butter Factory, circa 1901, has set the standard for chic country style weddings, special events and weekend getaways in Victoria,” Ms McQueen said. “The beautifully restored grand old building has been transformed from an old butter factory to a fabulous country retreat and wedding venue suitable for the most special events and weekends away.
“Set amidst seven acres of stunning established gardens, enclosed vegetable gardens and meadows, and with numerous indoor and outdoor event spaces, the Euroa Butter Factory is an easy 1 hour and 40 minute drive from Melbourne."
The venue includes eight accommodation suites including a two-bedroom manager’s quarters with separate/private entrance, numerous internal guest lounge areas, a breakfast room, bar and service areas.
“The internal function room can offer table service for around 100 guests, while an external garden function area can cater to up to 160 guests,” Ms McQueen said. “There are also numerous other internal areas for smaller, more intimate dinners, wedding ceremonies and gatherings.
“The property also holds potential for additional add-on revenue such as a restaurant, produce store or catering service. This is a unique established business with excellent income and further potential."
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