Rozelle's Garry Owen Hotel sells after nearly a year

Rozelle's Garry Owen Hotel sells after nearly a year
Rozelle's Garry Owen Hotel sells after nearly a year

Rozelle's Garry Owen Hotel has been sold by the South Coast bound Sloan family after nearly a year on the market.

The Sloan family were described as industry newcomers when they bought the property from the Laundy Group in 2013.

They have extensively renovated the property at 778 Darling Street.

It spans three levels on its 360 sqm parcel and has 10 gaming entitlements.

Only half of the first floor area is being utilised for trade.

Ray White's Andrew Joliffe and Blake Edwards were marketing the property as an entry level Sydney freehold hotel.

Despite having 1920 etched on the facade the building, the hotel was established in 1881.

One of the Hotel's claim to fame is that an inside toilet was installed in an old laundry in 1937 and "was the only pub in Rozelle with a chimney on the toilet".

 

 

 

 

 

 

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