FOR SALE: Motel in Toowoomba on market for nearly $500K

Garden City Motor Inn for sale.
Garden City Motor Inn for sale. Contributed

ONE of the best-rated affordable motor inns in Toowoomba is now up for sale for nearly $500,000.

The Garden City Motor Inn, based on Ruthven St in South Toowoomba, was put on the market again for a leasehold sale last week by AB Brokers.

The 3.5-star motel, which features 15 rooms and a three-bedroom residence, has been recently renovated by the current owners according to agent Jim Beard.

The Garden City Motor Inn is on the market.
The Garden City Motor Inn is on the market. Meghan Harris

"The property is very well presented and has a good solid trading history," he wrote in the online listing.

"As the current owners have undertaken maintenance and refurbishments in recent years there is very little for a new owner to do, other than run the business and reap the rewards.

"This motel is a favourite stopover for many corporate clients as well as visitors to the area."

The motor inn was highly rated by hundreds of users on the website TripAdvisor, with its four-star rating putting it in the top 25 hotels in Toowoomba.

The property was also listed for sale in February.

For more information, call Jim Beard on 0429 444 066.

Topics:  abbrokers motor inn toowoomba

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