BORN way back in 1906, Greenhills
Inn Bar and Café, one of Australia’s best character-filled pubs, has hit the market at 444 Greenhills Road
, with a $780,000 price guide.
The property, that comes with a 7,082sq m* land area, also offers eight hotel rooms upstairs and a further eight accommodation rooms to the rear.
The asset is being marketed and sold by Ray White Commercial (WA) Hotels, Tourism and Leisure Agent Phil Zoiti.
Mr Zoiti said the Greenhills Inn was steeped in history and offered the right buyer a superb lifestyle opportunity just 23km* east of York.
“The Inn loses you within the tranquility of the Wheatbelt, is under a 90 minute* drive from Perth and despite seemingly being in the middle of nowhere, bustles with tourists and locals alike,” Mr Zoiti said.
“This is a true Australian relic and nothing says grand Aussie pub like a two-storey character facade with sweeping verandas.
“Greenhills Inn is selling freehold with all antiques and goods included, with four years of books, offering a combination income and lifestyle to the buyer.