1/17 Golf Avenue, Mollymook
For Sale - $1,285,000
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The management rights of The Cove Holiday Apartments are being offered for sale for the first time in 13 years.
This outstanding opportunity will enable you to live the lifestyle that you have always dreamed of.
The anticipated net for 2018/2019 tax year is $230,000
This is an established business that can be easily be managed by a couple
Approx. 30 hours per week per couple (this is based on the current managers work load)
The anticipated net for 2018/2019 tax year is $230,000 for 9 rooms
Long agreement in-place for incoming managers
Ocean views from managers unit
Dog friendly (small)
This unit is zoned for permanent residency all other units in this complex are
zoned for holiday letting
Cash flow from day one
Harmonious body corporate
From beautiful sandy beaches to succulent seafood, Mollymook is the perfect lifestyle location. Enjoy swimming, snorkelling, surfing and fishing.
Spot dolphins and whales migrating along the NSW South Coast. Play golf on a course with ocean views and dine at an acclaimed seafood restaurant.
A wonderful seaside escape, Mollymook is enticing with a beautiful beach, ideal waves for bodysurfers and board riders, pretty picnic spots and delicious seafood. Spot dolphins playing in the sparkling waters and from headlands watch majestic whales migrating along the NSW South Coast.
Mollymook Beach is a major attraction, sweeping 2km. At the southern end is the Mollymook Surf Life Saving Club, which patrols the beach during the warmer months. Relax on the fine white sands and soak up the views and the sun, and enjoy swimming. The grassy knoll behind the beach is perfect for picnics.
A large natural rock pool is at the southern end near the Mollymook headland. The tidal pool is called Bogey Hole and great for swimming and snorkelling.
Other things to do include learning to surf or honing your boardriding at the Mollymook Beach Surf School and the Pam Burridge Surf Schools.
For golfers, Mollymook Golf Club is an idyllic setting with scenic ocean views.
At the northern end of the beach is Bannisters Point, where Rick Stein at Bannisters serves local oysters and freshly caught seafood. The award-winning restaurant is in The Sydney Morning Heralds Good Food Guide.
Mollymook is 3h 30 min drive from Sydney and 2h 45 min from Canberra.