Devil’s Hole Aquarium - a unique business opportunity

Devil’s Hole Aquarium has recently been listed with Rhonda Casling at Rego Sotheby’s International Realty for $1,200,000, providing an opportunity for an entrepreneur to transform the former favourite tourist attraction into a new business opportunity or home. Previously, the property was also the setting of Angels cafe and would lend itself well to returning as a restaurant or perhaps a modern juice bar with fitness facility. The property consists of two separate buildings comprising of 2000 Sq Ft on a 0.23 quarter acre lot. The grotto is still brimming with fish and turtles, should the new owner wish to revive the business as a tourist attraction. The aquarium was formally famous for its ‘fishing’ which was enjoyed by many locals and tourists alike and the bridges remain over the aquarium today.

Devil’s Hole aquarium originally opened as an attraction in 1834 and and was a thriving business until its closure in 2010. The aquarium derived it name from the sound the sea water makes as it enters and exits from the naturally ’sweet water’ aquarium which is around 30 feet deep. The sinkhole is fed by the Atlantic ocean via an underground estuary rather than Harrington Sound which sits across the road from the aquarium. Species found naturally in the aquarium amongst others include Jacks, Angel Fish, Moray eels and green turtles.

Ideally located to close by John Smith’s Bay, Flatts Village, Harrington Sound and its public Dock as well as nearby Trimmingham Hill and Tucker’s Town. Anyone interested in this exciting opportunity to create a new business venture or to potentially convert the property into a unique home should contact Rhonda Casling at Rego Sotheby’s.

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