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Infamous Heritage Hotel For Sale

Another historic and colourful pub for sale is the Terminus Hotel at Pyrmont. The hotel is for sale through Andrew Jolliffe, Sam Handy and Dan Dragicevich from HTL Property.

The Terminus Hotel (named after its location as the last stop of the former tram line) is a two-storey brick heritage building built in 1915, which was originally known as The Cooper's Arms Inn. Its contrasting red brick and render and its distinctive parapet skyline features reflects well the characteristics of the Federation Free style. It was classed as Historic on the Register of the National Estate on 27 October 1998.

After a long and colourful history (including when a local alcoholic drank three beers so quickly that when he stood he promptly fell down and died on the spot in 1865) it closed its doors as a pub in 1983. Following the purchase of the building by the current owners a refurbishment was carried out which included the basement, ground floor and first floor including accommodation for 10 rooms and demolition of existing garage and construction of new kitchen and first floor deck at an estimated cost of $2 million, the hotel re-opened after having been closed for 33 years.

The building last traded at $4.75 million in 2016.


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