Property Ref: 67950
Mana Motel in Mana near Porirua, Business is for Sale
The Mana Motel in Mana, Business is for sale.
The Location doesn't get much better than this - with 10,000 plus cars passing by each day and good occupancies, this motel business should be just about right. Located 15 minutes north of Wellington on State Highway 1 this motel enjoys good occupancies year round.
There is a variety of fully self contained accommodation making the motel popular with families, groups, travelers, Contractors and Corporate Trade.
Large well fenced grassy outdoor area
BBQ facilities with picnic tables
Heated indoor swimming pool
Childrens playground area
Roomy balconies with private seating
5 minutes walk to Cafe's, Bar's Restaurants & Supermarket
15 minutes to the cooks strait Ferry Terminal
Close to fishing, windsurfing and boating beach
The motel has 17 accommodation units which have been recently redocorated with all units having hush glass and access on to a private grassy courtyard or balcony if upstairs. There are :
6 Studio Units
6 One bedroom Units
4 two bedroom units
1 three bedroom family unit.
There is a four bedroom apartment used by the business owners which includes a private fenced off area for a BBQ & Sun Deck and space for the family pets to go walkabout. The living area and kitchen are adjacent to the large office and reception area.
Website : www.manamotel.co.nz
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Porirua - Mana & surrounds
Porirua is a city in the Wellington Region of New Zealand, immediately north of the city of Wellington, with their central business districts 20 km apart. A large proportion of the population commutes to Wellington, so it may be considered a satellite city. It almost completely surrounds Porirua Harbour at the southern end of the Kapiti Coast. The eastern (Pauatahanui) inlet of the harbour is notable for its world-class estuarine values. The population at the June 2012 estimate was 52,900
Is a suburb of Porirua City in New Zealand. It is a narrow isthmus bounded to the west by the entrance to Porirua Harbour, and to the east by the Pauatahanui inlet of the Porirua Harbour. Mana Island lies about three kilometres west of the isthmus.
State Highway 1 and the North Island Main Trunk Railway both pass through the centre of Mana. A significant increase in the traffic capacity through Mana occurred in 2005-2006 when a second bridge on SH1 was added at the southern end, transit lanes were introduced and several sets of traffic lights were added as part of the Plimmerton to Paremata upgrade.
Porirua is largely formed around the arms of the Porirua Harbour and the coastline facing out to Cook Strait and the north-eastern parts of the South Island. Most of the populated areas of Porirua are coastal: Camborne, Karehana Bay, Mana, Onepoto, Papakowhai, Paremata, Pauatahanui, Plimmerton, Pukerua Bay, Takapuwahia, Titahi Bay and Whitby all have direct access to coastal parks and recreation reserves. Several suburbs without direct coastal access, including Aotea, Ascot Park, Elsdon and Ranui Heights, have substantial portions with good views over the harbour.
Sport and recreation
Porirua is home to the powerful Northern United RFC the current Wellington regional champions, and the smaller Paremata-Plimmerton RFC, both clubs play in the Wellington Rugby Football Union club rugby competition.
Porirua is also home to the 3 time Chatham Cup winning Capital Football team Western Suburbs. Well known as a dominant force in New Zealand club football, and for producing many former and current All Whites, they were officially recognised as Porirua City’s 2006 Team of the Year for their Chatham Cup Grand Final triumph over Auckland's Eastern Suburbs.
Watersports, fishing and other boating activities are popular in the area, well served by a large marina in Mana and Sea Scouts, yachting, power-boating, rowing, and water-skiing clubs. The harbour entrance from Plimmerton or Mana is popular with experienced windsurfers and kitesurfers while beginners find the shallow enclosed waters of the Pauatahanui arm of the harbour a forgiving environment in which to develop their skills.Aotea Lagoon is a popular recreational area on the south-eastern shore of the Porirua Inlet.
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Mana-Motel-Lease-Document-Part-B-Assignment.pdf - 145.5 KB
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Mana-Motel-P-and-L-2017-18.xlsx - 11.9 KB
Mana-Motel-Occupancy-2017-2018.xlsx - 11.1 KB
Mana-Motel-P-and-L-2015-16.pdf - 519.4 KB
Mana-Motel-P-and-L-2017-18.pdf - 481.5 KB