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When Sean Hannon bought a derelict, heritage listed former hotel in Bulli 10 years ago he didn’t know what he was getting himself in for. Mr Hannon has a penchant for breathing life back into old buildings, so was excited to pick up the old Denmark Hotel on the Princes Highway for $427,000 in 2011, but said he has now spent in excess of $100,000 just trying to plan what to do with it. “I love old buildings and I’ve got another one up at Lithgow, another hotel [I’m restoring] … I tend to pick on things that people dont want that are a little bit exposed, like old buildings,” he said. “Obviously I was a little bit naive.” Read more: Bulli’s…



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