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Former Hells Angels clubroom put on the market in Adelaide

‘In a highly-visible location surrounded by other successful businesses:’ Hells Angels clubhouse hits the market for $550k – and it has a VERY cheeky listing

  • Former Hells Angels clubroom at Clarence Gardens, in Adelaide’s inner-south, hits the property market
  • A heavy wooden fence fortifies the property with CCTV cameras scattered around premises for extra security
  • Billiard table and lounges furnish the open lounge with a polished wooden bar fitted out in adjoining room
  • Property flaunts two bathrooms and can fit six cars and has been listed for $550,000 ahead of July auction 

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A house once used as a clubroom by the notorious Hells Angels has hit the property market for more than half-a-million dollars.

The heavily fortified property in Clarence Gardens, Adelaide, has been listed for $550,000.

‘Situated in a highly visible location surrounded by many other successful businesses, this exceptional commercial zone property has a ton of appeal,’ its description reads on realestate.com.au.

For years the property has acted as a stomping ground for the southern chapter of the infamous bikie gang.

A house once used as a clubroom by the notorious Hells Angels has hit the property market for more than half-a-million dollars

An open plan kitchen and living room has been fixed up and the central lounge is furnished with a pool table and leather lounges

An open plan kitchen and living room has been fixed up and the central lounge is furnished with a pool table and leather lounges

The Hells Angels have a history woven in violence and have waged bloody wars against opposing South Australian gang chapters, such as the New Boys, in the past.

A Hells Angels associate and another man died in a bomb explosion at Enfield in 2010 while a number of other bikie associated fronted court over an attack outside a tattoo parlour the same year.

South Australia introduced tough bikie legislation in 2015 making it offence for bikies to congregate at their clubrooms.

They were also prohibited from gathering in groups larger than three in public places. 

While the clubrooms in the state have been legally unusable for four years, property agents have jumped in to revive new life into the disused houses. 

The large 800 square metre premises flaunts three bedrooms and two bathrooms.

A large wooden fence protects the property with CCTV cameras scattered around the property.

Free weights and gym machines are piled in one corner of the storage shed while heavy machinery and tools are scattered across the other side of the large room

Free weights and gym machines are piled in one corner of the storage shed while heavy machinery and tools are scattered across the other side of the large room

The large 800 square metre premises flaunts three bedrooms and two bathrooms

The large 800 square metre premises flaunts three bedrooms and two bathrooms

Residents can access the house through the expansive carport that leads into the courtyard and fits six cars

Residents can access the house through the expansive carport that leads into the courtyard and fits six cars

Residents can access the house through the expansive carport that leads into the courtyard and fits six cars. 

An open plan kitchen and living room has been fixed up and the central lounge is furnished with a pool table and leather lounges.

Part of the club’s motto, ‘Angels Forever – Forever Angels’ – has been painted out on the ceiling beams with the only remaining words ‘Forever’. 

Glass doors open onto the expansive courtyard with towering palm trees shading the entertainment area.

A polished wooden bar has also been fitted out in the property with a sign hanging on the wall that reads, ‘The greatest pleasure in life is doing what people say you cannot do’.  

Free weights and gym machines are piled in one corner of the storage shed while heavy machinery and tools are scattered across the other side of the large room.

The property will go to auction on July 13. 

Glass doors open onto the expansive courtyard with towering palm trees shading the entertainment area

Glass doors open onto the expansive courtyard with towering palm trees shading the entertainment area

The Hells Angels have a history woven in violence and have waged bloody wars against opposing South Australian gang chapters, such as the New Boys, in the past (stock image)

The Hells Angels have a history woven in violence and have waged bloody wars against opposing South Australian gang chapters, such as the New Boys, in the past (stock image)

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