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2.1 acres in Manistee County, Michigan

900 Caberfae Highway, Manistee , Michigan 49660 - Manistee County
$429,900 2.10 Acres
4300 Sq.Ft.
Property ID 2884956


Fantastic bar and restaurant opportunity located just north of Manistee! Located just one mile from the new Meijer location on US-31, and two miles from downtown, this area is growing with new retail investment, and with it your potential for high profits! This long established bar and restaurant is popular with not only locals, but tourists, hunters, fisherman, and fans of great food and a good time! The interior features knotty pine paneling, exposed brick, and tile flooring for that rustic "up north" feel. At over a thousand square foot, the "bar room" has thirty foot long wood bar, multiple large screen tvs, and both booth and table seating. The main dining room is over 1100 square foot and seats ninety, and there is an additional 650 square foot room for private dining, meetings, parties, or overflow guests. The building is well maintained, and the roofs have been replaced within the last few years. Current menu features sandwiches, burgers, salads, steaks, and mexican options. Sales price includes liquor license, fixtures, and equipment. Owners have many personal possessions in the building and on the walls that are not included in the sale. Listing agent is related to the sellers


From Manistee take US-31 north to M-55 (Caberfae Highway), take Caberfae to property

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