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Recently Reduced!! A great operating Pawn Shop, Gun Store, and U-Haul Center. Great traffic count 5200 cars a day. Owner pursuing other interest. Great net, room for expansion. Price includes Building and land. inventory is negotiable. Interested parties must provide pre-approval or cash funds and sign a None Compete / None Disclosure agreement before seeing books. Sellers are motivated
This former Paddy' s Texas Kitchen restaurant is 4,560 Sq. Ft. and sits on .9008 acres at the northeast corner of U.S. Highway 77, also called Kessler Ave and Heinrich St, just south of the intersection of U.S. Highway 77 and Interstate Highway 10. The property has some of the best visibility from IH-10 and offers 2 large pieces of signage. This strategic location position on Hwy 77 and IH-10 corridor has had good fortune of having access to metropolitan traffic and also allows for self-sustaining suburban atmosphere. Best Western and Holiday Inn Express are two hotels that are located directly off of IH-10 as the restaurant is. The immediate and competing restaurant facilities are considered to be Oakridge Restaurant, McDonald' s, Whataburger, Subway, a Mexican Restaurant, Ina' s Kitchen, and Frank' s Restaurant. These Restaurants, as well as the subject property are clustered around the intersection of Hwy 77 and IH-10. Owner will consider owner finance. Call for details.
Fabulous location and history. THis 6612 sqft building has been a medical clinic most recently with 12 rooms of different sizes with sinks and a pleasant waiting room, nurses station and 2 nice offices. The two story portion was "the Leicester Hotel, the first hotel in Flatonia, which was built around 1874. The Sullivan Hotel stands on the site of the first hotel and part of the building (the rest of the sentence is illegible: Flatonia Argus, Sep.3, 1936.FCAD has this property valued at $355,0170, so asking price is a great value.(per the Spring 2013 Visitors Guide by JEFF WICK The Fayette County Record) "Flatonia's past is tied to the railroads and so is their future as in the Fall of 2012 Amtrak officials announced that the quaint town in wouthern Fayette County would soon become a permanent stop in the Sunset limited train line. Recently the first comprehensive study about the potential impact of Flatonia's new Amtrak train stop has been released - and the numbers are significant. According to a study done by LCRA's community and Economic Development Department using updated Amtrak ridership figures, an estimated 3570 riders a year would get on or off the train in Flato