By Name & By Nature, The Charming Creek Tavern FHGC for sale, West Coast
31 Main Road
About the business
Location, Lifestyle and Potential Plus
Beach, River and Park is the outlook this Tavern enjoys
Just north of Westport this could be the best place to work and play
The Charming Creek Tavern offers
•House/ Function Area
•No Brewary Ties
•7 Bedrooms Upstairs
•Owners/Managers Studio Unit
•0.55 Acre of Land
Situated in the coal town of Granity, this Freehold Going Concern is well positioned to benifit from the increased infrastructure of the mining industry, yet is still a beautiful part of the country.
Ngakawae/ Granity is a small town on the West Coast of New Zealand's South Island, located 28 kilometres north-east of Westport on State Highway 67. Karamea is 68 kilometres further north.
Lying in lush forested countryside between the Tasman Sea to the west and steep mountains to the east, the town is the largest in this sparsely populated part of New Zealand. Long known as a coal mining town, the population has declined as the industry has waned. The population was 216 in the 2006 Census, a decline of 27 from 2001. Several neighbouring towns, such as Denniston, have become virtually ghost towns.
The name Granity was given to the town by gold prospectors, in reference to the large quantity of granite in the area.
Westport is a town in the West Coast region of the South Island of New Zealand. It is located on the northern bank and at the mouth of the Buller River, close by the prominent headland of Cape Foulwind. It is connected via State Highway 6 with Greymouth 100 kilometres to the south, and with Nelson in the northeast, via the Buller Gorge.
The town is thought to have been named for Westport in Connacht, Ireland, although the choice of name was no doubt also guided by the town's location. The population of the Westport urban area was 3,900 in the 2006 Census, an increase of 117 from 2001. Including the surrounding area of Orowaiti, the 2006 population was 4,512. The Buller District Council gives a 2007 population of about 5,000
The West Coast is one of the administrative regions of New Zealand, located on the west coast of the South Island, and is one of the more remote and most sparsely populated areas of the country. It is made up of three districts: Buller, Grey and Westland. The principal towns are Westport, Greymouth and Hokitika.
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Listing Number THL211037EListed 27 Jan 2012 208 Views
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