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Historic Landmark Restaurant Serves with Charm

E4635 St Hwy M-28, Au Train, Michigan 49806 - Alger County
$499,900 25 Acres
Property ID 2724290

Description

It's seldom that an historic landmark comes up for sale, but when it does, it presents a tremendous opportunity for prospective business owners! Such is the
case for the BROWNSTONE INN. Built in the 40s, it still retains the warmth and charm of that era with a stone fireplace, vintage Rittenhouse furnishings,
mahogany wainscoting & T&G pine paneling. This is combined with a modern, efficient and effective kitchen with walk-in coolers, hooded grills and deep
fryers, roomy prep areas, well-designed storage and so much equipment and tools! A stellar reputation for quality food & drink and gracious hospitality
makes the Brownstone a destination for many travelers and locals alike. And, now, you have the opportunity to purchase this thriving business and make it
your own. There is an apartment on site, a lovely meeting and reception hall upstairs, 2 restored cabins and 25 acres. Also, there are 400' of Lake Superior
frontage across M-28 that are negotiable. This is definitely a business opportunity worth considering and, now, with a significant price reduction!  Some Seller financing may be available.

Directions

On State Highway M-28, The Brownstone Inn is about 2 miles west of the AuTrain caution light.

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