For Sale: charming Australian outback hotel that welcomes all visitors, snakes and crocodiles included. No pesky neighbours and a mere 180km to the nearest city.
And all yours for only AU$760,000 (about R6,4 million).
It's the 88-year-old Grove Hill Hotel, which sits on a red dirt road about two hours' drive south of Darwin in the sparsely populated and tropical Northern Territory.
“The hotel is a fairly unique hotel, it was built in 1934. The floor is made up of concrete, they found it down in the bush and carried it back and laid it back down,” said Stan Haeusler, 78, who has run it for the last 12 years with his wife, Mary.
Built of tin and steel, the hotel's walls open out to catch any breeze that might venture in, helping to cool sweating drinkers as they down a cold beer.