Historic Goulburn district Taralga Hotel up for auction

Historic Goulburn district Taralga Hotel up for auction
Historic Goulburn district Taralga Hotel up for auction

A bluestone country hotel in NSW’s Goulburn district is set to go under the hammer on June 2 with price expectations of $700,000.

Located at 24 Orchard Street Taralga, the country hotel was established in 1876.

The listing agent is David Medina at an Elders Real Estate auction. 

According to its description, it is an “excellent repeat business with outstanding further potential”

It sits on a 3,230 sqm site. The two-storey hotel has seven rooms that can accommodate up to 23 guests, and includes a manager’s quarters with two bedrooms.

Owners Brad and Rob Norford bought into the Taralga Hotel just 12 months ago, but ill health has prompted an unplanned early exit, said a post in Domain. 

The rooms have built-in wardrobes and is close to shops.

Historic Goulburn district Taralga Hotel up for auction

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