8 units currently operated by husband and wife team living on site: 1970s, 3 bedroom residence featuring open plan living, spacious bathroom, good indoor/outdoor flow to private area adjacent to double garage (approx. 52 m2 and carport adjacent to office. Approx. 117.90 m2 (office/reception/residence).
Zoned Residential under the Rangitikei's District Plan on a freehold title of 2813 m2 more or less. Located approx. 3 km to State Highway 1.
Fabulous leisure time with the inground swimming pool with good security fencing, spa room/changing rooms (approx. 40 m2), and lovely walks through Centennial Park and the rose garden to The Lounge Cafe and the shops.
Frae-Ona Park nearby.
Units 1 to 4 (approx. 127.30 m2):
Unit 1 - Studio (Queen + single)
Unit 2 - Studio (Queen)
Unit 3 - One bedroom (Queen) + 2 singles
Unit 4 - One bedroom (Queen) + 2 singles
Units 5 to 8 (approx. 127.30 m2):
Unit 5 - One bedroom (Queen) + 2 singles
Unit 6 - One bedroom (2 singles) + 2 singles
Unit 7 - Studio (Queen)
Unit 8 One bedroom (Queen + single) + 2 singles
Other improvements include solar panels, sealed access and car and truck parking areas, various concrete paths/terrace areas, lawned areas, recently constructed road fences and other boundary fences.
Storeroom (single garage/laundry) in central position.
Apparelmaster in Marton, if required.
If you have ever thought of owning a motel, then here it is. No lease to pay!
Sold as a freehold going concern plus GST (if any).
Simply call Team Lewis on 0800 627 866 or email email@example.com to book your appointment to view.
Marton with its bustling centre, a five minute drive from State Highway 1 & 3, and a population of over 4500, it is the largest town and the heart of the Rangitikei.
The fertile soil and temperate climate has firmly established Marton as an agricultural centre noted for its cropping and sheep/beef farming.
With its ideal central location, and close proximity to both Palmerston North and Whanganui, Marton has established itself firmly as an ultimate locality for large business. Corporates such as Gallagher, Nestle, ANZCO, Speirs Foods, Collagen Solutions, Alf Downs Group and Malteurop, New Zealands largest malting plant have chosen to base their businesses in Marton.
Established in 1866, Marton is an historic rural New Zealand town with a significant agricultural and industry-based history. Marton's strong and proud identity is reflected in the wide range of character homes and historic buildings.
Originally called Tutaenui, Marton was established in 1866 then renamed in 1869 to be called Marton, after the birth'place of James Cook. The town's industries grew significantly with the development of the main trunk line. The opening of the railway line joining Whanganui to Palmerston North in 1878, now part of the north island main trunk line railway (towards Palmerston North and Auckland) and the Marton-New Plymouth line (towards Whanganui), turned Marton into a thriving railway junction for the next 100 years.
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