Iconic Maitland hotel to go under the hammer

Iconic Maitland hotel to go under the hammer
Iconic Maitland hotel to go under the hammer

An iconic hotel in Maitland in NSW’s Lower Hunter Valley is up for auction on June 15. 

The Family Hotel is at the northern gateway to the Maitland CBD.

The two-story hotel sits on a large site of 2,136 square metres. 

The hotel is easily recognisable with its pitched roof and overhanging verandahs, says its description.

Built in 1860, the pub is believed to have a resident ghost, was supposed to be the scene of a murder, has a hidden attic still furnished with original furniture and a ballroom with a sprung dance floor, according to the Maitland Mercury.

Manenti Quinlan and Associates of Sydney and Moore and Moore Real Estate of Newcastle have been appointed to market the hotel, following their recent success in selling Shenanigans at The Imperial in Maitland. 

Iconic Maitland hotel to go under the hammer

Manenti Quinlan’s Gerry Quinlan said that Maitland was one of the sought-after hotel destinations in New South Wales due to its proximity to Sydney, Newcastle and the Hunter Valley. 

The hotel has been priced to attract a wide audience of investors and operators, said Deane Moore.

 

 

 

 

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