Historic Redesdale Hotel up for auction in Moreton-in-Marsh, U.K.

Central Victoria's historic Redesdale Hotel is scheduled to go up for auction May 18 in Moreton-in-Marsh, U.K.

The hotel is expected to fetch upwards of $1 million. The freehold is offered complete as a going concern and agents Peter Moore Hotel & Leisure Broker of the Melbourne Commercial Group, in conjunction with Arch Staver of agents Nelson Alexander, tip the property will reach the $1 million mark.

The Redesdale Hotel, on the Kyneton to Heathcote Road, midway between the two towns, was a coach stop on the old Cobb & Co trail from Melbourne to Bendigo.

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Adjoining the hotel on the main road frontage is the heritage-listed former stables, which are currently used for storage. The garden, created by designer Phil Stray, includes a bocce pitch, an outdoor bar service area and extensive plantings.

The distinctive 250sqm single-storey bluestone hotel building is set on more than 9100 sqm of professionally landscaped grounds within one of Victoria’s more popular wine regions. It features a commercial kitchen complete with fixtures and fittings, a two-bedroom bed and breakfast unit called The Mews, which was used as onsite accommodation by the owners, and several other outbuildings. There is also a transferable liquor licence.

The Redesdale Hotel will be auctioned on site on Saturday 18 May at 11.30 am.

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