2 Anderson Place Cottage Point, NSW 2084
2 Anderson Place Cottage Point, NSW 2084
2 Anderson Place Cottage Point, NSW 2084
2 Anderson Place Cottage Point, NSW 2084
2 Anderson Place Cottage Point, NSW 2084
2 Anderson Place Cottage Point, NSW 2084
2 Anderson Place Cottage Point, NSW 2084
2 Anderson Place Cottage Point, NSW 2084
2 Anderson Place Cottage Point, NSW 2084
2 Anderson Place Cottage Point, NSW 2084
2 Anderson Place Cottage Point, NSW 2084
2 Anderson Place Cottage Point, NSW 2084
2 Anderson Place Cottage Point, NSW 2084
2 Anderson Place Cottage Point, NSW 2084

2 Anderson Place Cottage Point, NSW

Property Type Retail
Asking Price Contact Agent
Floor Area 1,772 m²
Land Area 1,772 m²

Cottage Point Inn - Forthcoming Auction

Call Kevin Whelan 0406 817 233
The Cottage Point Inn Restaurant, set on the water at the junction of Cowan Waters and Coal & Candle Creek, was originally the Cottage Point boatshed and general store. The building was converted to a restaurant in the 1970s and has been operating since. Set directly behind the restaurant are two separate, fully self-contained apartments or cottages, which are included in the restaurant lease.
Features include:
- Income of $348,920.00 per annum (inclusive of GST)
- Substantial and wide waterfrontage.
- Floating deep-water pontoon for seaplanes and large boats.
- Office or flat above the restaurant with two rooms and bathroom.
- Two apartments set behind the restaurant - Both apartments have wide 180 degree views of magnificent Cowan Waters and Ku-ring-gai Chase National Park.
- Cottage one Cowan Waters Apartment is a self-contained apartment with full kitchen facilities, large dining and lounge area, private balcony, separate double bedroom, spa bath and reverse cycle air-conditioning.
- Cottage two Riverview Suite is equipped with breakfast bar, private balcony, lounge area, well-appointed bathroom & reverse cycle air-conditioning.
- License agreement (sub leased to the restaurant tenant) with National Parks and Wildlife services for the use of the land that sits over the high-water mark.
- Access to the restaurant is by road, boat, ferry or seaplane