29-31 Palmers Road,
Lakes Entrance Victoria 3909
Price: "Expressions of Interest"
Riviera Country Caravan Park - Opportunity Awaits
Well established Business in the form of a Caravan Park offering permanent, as well as tourist, accommodation in the coastal resort of Lakes Entrance, East Gippsland.
Easily operated by 1 full-time person and one casual person. An established business with regular income as well as the added bonus of the potential to earn a high return on the holiday rentals. Lakes Entrance is an area that welcomes visitors throughout the year because of its temperate climate. During the main holiday periods, Lakes Entrance becomes a bustling community welcoming 1,000's of holidaymakers who are eager to enjoy all that Lakes Entrance has to offer.
On just over 2.2 acres of prime real estate close to the beach and main shopping centre of Lakes Entrance, this is offering it all.
• A large brick veneer, four bedrooms, two bathrooms manager/caretaker home.
• 63 Sites include 13 Permanent and 43 Annual (only eight not ensuited), which return a
• 1 ensuited Tourist Cabin and 6 Tourist sites (2 with ensuites)
• A recreational room, two amenity blocks each with a laundry included, ample shedding
and a carport.
• Plus a BBQ area and playground.
• A Swimming pool that consists of a spa for those relaxing moments.
An opportunity not to be missed. All this is on over 2.2acres and on two separate titles, should you wish to consider redeveloping the site (subject to planning permission).
Please contact the sales agent Daniel Schoeman from RE/MAX Genesis Lakes Entrance for further information.
Offered by Expressions of Interest Closing 3pm Friday 20th October 2021.
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